Hurricanes are scary, especially if you happen to find yourself in one's path. The ISS was able to send us down some footage of Hurricane Florence from space. It's definitely more "pretty" than "scary", but it's still a chilling reminder at how powerful nature is.

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Watching Hurricane Florence from Space on This Week @NASA – September 15, 2018

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Air Force plane flies into Hurricane Florence

Watch as a US Air Force plane flies into the eye of Hurricane Florence to collect weather data for the National Hurricane Center.

Hurricane Florence track shifts south, could make South Carolina landfall, NHC says

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North Carolina residents hit by Hurricane Matthew fear more flooding as Florence approaches

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Pilot describes flying through Hurricane Florence

NOAA pilot Justin Kibbey discusses his flights through Hurricane Florence, which was upgraded today to a Category 4 storm.

As Hurricane Florence approaches, some residents are refusing to leave

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