Hurricane Emily and the Moon  This panoramic view of the eye of Hurricane Emily was shot by the crew of the International Space Station while they passed over the southern Gulf of Mexico looking eastward toward the rising moon. This July 16, 2005 image shows the eye of the hurricane, which appears as a depression in the cloud deck, stretches out to the horizon and fades into the limb (the bright blue cross-section) of the Earth’s atmosphere.

Hurricane Emily and the Moon

This panoramic view of the eye of Hurricane Emily was shot by the crew of the International Space Station while they passed over the southern Gulf of Mexico looking eastward toward the rising moon. This July 2005 image shows the eye of the hurricane.

5 storm category Hurricane Emily track. See its path in pink, right before hitting Yucatán

See its path in pink, right before hitting Yucatán

Hurricane Emily (1987) - Wikipedia

Hurricane Emily (1987) - Wikipedia

Hurricane Emily, the earliest Category 5 ever recorded within its own season

near peak intensity in July, This image was captured by MODIS on the Terra satellite on July

No. Not crossing that!

520 Bridge between Seattle and Bellevue; I've been on this bridge when a giant wave crashed upon my windshield. Texas rain storms have NOTHING on Lake Washington waves.

Rock On Emily!...the FDNY social media presence during Hurricane Sandy

Rock On Emily!...the FDNY social media presence during Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Emily in the Bay of Campeche in 2005

Hurricane Emily in the Bay of Campeche in 2005

A look into the eye of the storm from space was provided by astronaut Edward M. Fincke as Hurricane Ivan approached landfall on the central Gulf coast Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 15th, 2004. At the time, sustained winds in the eye wall were reported at about 135 mph as the storm approached the Alabama coast. This photo was taken from an altitude of about 230 miles. (NASA) #

the-science-llama: “ Hurricanes/Typhoons viewed from Space Typhoon Nabi - September 2005 Hurricane Emily - July 2005 Hurricane Dean - August 2007 Hurricane Ivan (APOD)- September

1987 - Hurricane Emily Dates active: September 20 - 27 Peak classification: Category 3 Sustained wind speed: 125 mph (205 km/h) Areas affected: Lesser Antilles, Greater Antilles, Bermuda Deaths: 3 Damage: $80.3 million

The most devastating hurricane the year you were born

This high-oblique panoramic view, recorded by a digital still camera using a 400mm lens, shows the eye of Hurricane Emily on July 16th, 2005. The image was captured by the crew of the International Space Station while the complex was over the southern Gulf of Mexico looking eastwardly toward the rising moon. At the time, Emily was a strengthening Category 4 hurricane with winds of nearly 155 miles per hour and moving west-northwestwardly over the northwest Caribbean Sea about 135 miles…

Hurricane Emily on July The image was captured by the crew of the International Space Station while over the southern Gulf of Mexico looking eastwardly toward the rising moon.

Seriously this is so cute, a must do for any home in the fall. Check out this Yarn wreath by clicking on the picture.

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Hurricane Emily had come ashore in Mexico on July 20, 2005.  As it moved through the Caribbean, Emily intensified into a powerful Category 4 storm with winds over 250 km/hr (150 mph) and gusts as high as 300 km/hr (184 mph), making it the most powerful storm to form before August.

Hurricane Emily had come ashore in Mexico on July 20, 2005. As it moved through the Caribbean, Emily intensified into a powerful Category 4 storm with winds over 250 km/hr (150 mph) and gusts as high as 300 km/hr (184 mph), making it the most powerful storm to form before August.

Emily - 2005 (NASA) The crew aboard the International Space Station captured this stunning image showing the eye of Hurricane Emily (lower center) with the moon rising in the background. Emily was a strengthening Category 4 hurricane southwest of Jamaica the time this image was taken on July 16, 2005.

Hurricane Carlos Recap

Carlos moved parallel to the Mexico coast June

Flying through  a Hurricane Eye wall. Wow I didn't know it was possible to fly through a hurricane wall and into the eye.

Video: Flying through a Hurricane Eye wall

<3 Lithe! ..Hurricane Lithe workout at home i will be doing this workout every day starting... today! anyone wanna join me ;)

Hurricane Lithe workout at home i will be doing this workout every day starting. anyone wanna join me ;

Hurricane Emily brushed the Outer Banks of North Carolina with strong winds, heavy rainfall, and rough seas. The sixth tropical cyclone, fifth named storm, and first hurricane of the 1993 Atlantic hurricane season, Emily developed from a tropical wave while located several hundred miles east-northeast of the Lesser Antilles on August 22.

Hurricane Emily brushed the Outer Banks of North Carolina with strong winds, heavy rainfall, and rough seas. The sixth tropical cyclone, fifth named storm, and first hurricane of the 1993 Atlantic hurricane season, Emily developed from a tropical wave while located several hundred miles east-northeast of the Lesser Antilles on August 22.

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