Thu, Sep 02, 2004
Frances Bears Down On Bahamas
NASA is keeping a close watch over Hurricane Frances as it
churns toward the United States. International Space Station
cameras are capturing spectacular images of the storm from above.
On the Florida coast, NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC) is making
preparations to protect the Space Shuttle fleet, spacecraft
hardware, and facilities against damage.
Video of Hurricane Frances taken by external television cameras
aboard the Space Station at about 7:30 a.m. EDT today vividly
depicts a classically shaped storm in the Atlantic Ocean. The
video, along with additional views captured during the weekend, is
airing on the NASA TV Video File throughout the day. NASA will
release new footage of Frances as it becomes available.
NASA also has still images of the storm, taken by Astronaut Mike
Fincke aboard the International Space Station, as well as NASA's
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