The NASA uploaded a video taken from space, where you can see the gigantic dimension of Hurricane Dorian while opening step toward Florida (United States)
The hurricane, which is approaching the east coast of the United States, was captured in real time by a camera from the International Space Station, which orbits 250 miles above the earth.
Through its Twitter account, NASA explained that the phenomenon was captured at 1:05 in the afternoon of August 29, at the precise moment when Hurricane Dorian gained strength in the seas of northern Puerto Rico.
Various meteorologists have not accurately reported the place in Florida where Dorian will impact, but they estimate it will hit the center of the state.
It should be noted that Dorian is listed as a major hurricane, presenting winds that hit more than 200 kilometers per hour, which would catastrophically affect the US state.
“Well-built houses can suffer serious damage with the loss of most of the roof structure and some exterior walls. Most of the trees will be uprooted, many of them rooted and electricity poles can be felled,” said the National Hurricane Center about the ravages of Hurricane Dorian in Florida.