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MVD
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re: Hurricane Sandy filmed from space
MVD   11/3/2012 10:36:05 AM
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(goemetry/goegraphy... ...whatever...)

MVD
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re: Hurricane Sandy filmed from space
MVD   11/3/2012 10:35:20 AM
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To David's point, you can recognize the geometry if you just go back to the very beginning of the video, where there is more land mass. Of course, it's a little disorienting to view it 'upside down.'

William Miller
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re: Hurricane Sandy filmed from space
William Miller   10/31/2012 11:54:41 AM
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To me, everything was clear. If you know geography, you would recognize Florida etc.

William Miller
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re: Hurricane Sandy filmed from space
William Miller   10/31/2012 11:53:24 AM
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Agree! Many people simply don't believe in how serious it is. Halloween is spoiled((

SylvieBarak
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re: Hurricane Sandy filmed from space
SylvieBarak   10/31/2012 4:21:35 AM
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According to NASA's website it is, Neo... but you're right, it's hard to make anything out from under that fog

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re: Hurricane Sandy filmed from space
Neo10   10/31/2012 2:21:11 AM
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Can't make out the US coastline here, is this really Sandy?

EREBUS0
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re: Hurricane Sandy filmed from space
EREBUS0   10/30/2012 7:48:17 PM
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Yea, if you see a storm that big from space, you should leave the coasts. The energy of this storm was off the charts.



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