Storm Ian seems simply as daunting from an orbit 254 miles above because it does nearer to Earth.
NASA and the Global Area Station on Tuesday shared photos of the hurricane as the gap station handed over it:
Ian is anticipated to make landfall on Florida’s west coast as a big typhoon someday on Wednesday. Sturdy winds started lashing the south coast of Cuba on Monday night time.
The hurricane’s trail is unclear, however Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) has warned it should broadly have an effect on the state. He declared a statewide emergency and activated 5,000 Nationwide Guard troops to lend a hand with reduction efforts. President Joe Biden additionally declared an emergency, authorizing the Division of Hometown Safety and the Federal Emergency Control Company to coordinate crisis reduction.