Watch the 2017 hurricane season unfold | Science News

Smoke, sand and sea salt interact with hurricanes and other weather patterns from August to November 2017 in this supercomputer-powered visualization of atmospheric currents recently released by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center.

Read more: https://www.sciencenews.org/article/watch-nasas-mesmerizing-new-visualization-2017-hurricane-season

Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center
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4 thoughts on “Watch the 2017 hurricane season unfold | Science News”

  1. If you notice what happened east of Maria, you will know that Lee actually dissipated and that a new system formed northeast of where Lee was.

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  2. Really cool! Especially those white mountains and how it looks like it was snow flying around!
    Idea: Could it be possible to show simultaneously how/why all these global weather patterns happen, to show a little bit of how the Earht spins around its axis in space and how coriolis phenomenon causes this?

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