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Hurricane Frances Images

Sept. 2, 2004

Hurricane Frances
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Sept. 2, 2004 -- This image of Hurricane Frances was taken at 8 a.m. EDT Thursday, Sept. 2, 2004 by Astronaut Mike Fincke aboard the International Space Station at an altitude of about 230 miles. At the time, Frances was a category 4 hurricane located almost 500 miles east-southeast of West Palm Beach, Fla., with winds of 145 mph. Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and Fincke, the NASA ISS Science Officer and Flight Engineer, are in the fifth month of a six-month stay on the orbiting research platform.
Hurricane Frances
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Sept. 2, 2004 -- From 230 miles above, this is a view into the eye of Hurricane Frances as it churned in the Atlantic Ocean almost 500 miles east-southeast of West Palm Beach, Fla., at about 8 a.m EDT Thursday, Sept. 2, 2004. At the time, Frances was a category 4 hurricane with winds of 145 mph. Astronaut Mike Fincke took this photo through the window of the International Space Station. Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and Fincke, the NASA ISS Science Officer and Flight Engineer, are in the fifth month of a six-month stay on the orbiting research platform.
Hurricane Frances
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Sept. 2, 2004 -- From 230 miles above, this is a view into the eye of Hurricane Frances as it churned in the Atlantic Ocean almost 500 miles east-southeast of West Palm Beach, Fla., at about 8 a.m EDT Thursday, Sept. 2, 2004. At the time, Frances was a category 4 hurricane with winds of 145 mph. Astronaut Mike Fincke took this photo through the window of the International Space Station. Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and Fincke, the NASA ISS Science Officer and Flight Engineer, are in the fifth month of a six-month stay on the orbiting research platform.
Hurricane Frances
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Sept. 2, 2004 -- This image of Hurricane Frances was taken at 8 a.m. EDT Thursday, Sept. 2, 2004 by Astronaut Mike Fincke aboard the International Space Station at an altitude of about 230 miles. At the time, Frances was a category 4 hurricane located almost 500 miles east-southeast of West Palm Beach, Fla., with winds of 145 mph. Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and Fincke, the NASA ISS Science Officer and Flight Engineer, are in the fifth month of a six-month stay on the orbiting research platform.
Hurricane Frances
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high-res (872 Kb)
Sept. 2, 2004 -- This image of Hurricane Frances was taken at 8 a.m. EDT Thursday, Sept. 2, 2004 by Astronaut Mike Fincke aboard the International Space Station at an altitude of about 230 miles. At the time, Frances was a category 4 hurricane located almost 500 miles east-southeast of West Palm Beach, Fla., with winds of 145 mph. Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and Fincke, the NASA ISS Science Officer and Flight Engineer, are in the fifth month of a six-month stay on the orbiting research platform.
Hurricane Frances
low-res (44 Kb)
high-res (903 Kb)
Sept. 2, 2004 -- This image of Hurricane Frances was taken at 8 a.m. EDT Thursday, Sept. 2, 2004 by Astronaut Mike Fincke aboard the International Space Station at an altitude of about 230 miles. At the time, Frances was a category 4 hurricane located almost 500 miles east-southeast of West Palm Beach, Fla., with winds of 145 mph. Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and Fincke, the NASA ISS Science Officer and Flight Engineer, are in the fifth month of a six-month stay on the orbiting research platform.
Hurricane Frances
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high-res (910 Kb)
Sept. 2, 2004 -- Hurricane Frances fills the window of the International Space Station, orbiting 230 miles above, in this photo taken at about 8 a.m. EDT Thursday, Sept. 2, 2004 by Astronaut Mike Fincke. At the time, Frances was a category 4 hurricane located almost 500 miles east-southeast of West Palm Beach, Fla., with winds of 145 mph. Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and Fincke, the NASA ISS Science Officer and Flight Engineer, are in the fifth month of a six-month stay on the orbiting research platform.

Curator: Kim Dismukes | Responsible NASA Official: John Ira Petty | Updated: 09/02/2004
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