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5 Days Worth of Satellite Images and Videos of Hurricane Irene

NASA Satellites have been watching Hurricane Irene for several days and providing the public with images of its progress.

On August 20, at 7PM EDT, System 98L formed into Hurricane Irene, east off the Leeward Islands. Ever since, Irene has been moving up the East Coast of America, making landfall at Cape Lookout in North Carolina, pounding Virginia before making landfall again near Little Egg Inlet in New Jersey early on Sunday morning, before once again weakening out to sea and making its third landfall over Coney Island New York.

Hurricane Irene Captured August 24, 2011

Hurricane Irene August 25th [hd video]

Hurricane Irene Captured August 25, 2011

Space Station Cameras Capture Views of Hurricane Irene From Orbit

Hurricane Irene Captured August 26, 2011

Hurricane Irene August 26th [hd video]

Hurricane Irene off the Carolinas, Aug. 26th
Irene Moving up U.S. East Coast

Hurricane Irene moves towards East Coast [hd video]

Hurricane Irene Makes Landfall in North Carolina
Hurricane Irene as Seen from Space

Satellite Movie from NASA Shows Large Hurricane Irene Slamming East Coast

Hurricane Irene lashing the Mid-Atlantic

Hurricane Irene Reaches New York City

Source: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

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