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See Sandy from space: NASA cameras capture hurricane's churn along the East Coast

Cameras aboard the International Space Station and other satellites are tracking the storm's progress.

An image of Hurricane Sandy taken from a video shot by the International Space Station.

As Hurricane Sandy begins to make landfall in New York, hunkering storm-watchers can now see what the colossal "Frankenstorm" looks like from space.

A camera aboard the International Space Station has captured the hurricane roaring up from the Caribbean, and NASA has posted videos on its website, nasa.gov.

The storm appears as a massive whirl of white against the stark blackness of space.
LIVE COVERAGE OF HURRICANE SANDY
NASA VIDEO: SANDY FROM THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION
NASA VIDEO: SANDY SPREADS ALONG EAST COAST
Another video, taken from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s GOES-13 satellite shows the storm moving out of the Bahamas and beginning to churn along the East Coast.
PHOTOS: NEW YORK BRACES FOR HURRICANE SANDY
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nasa.gov

Hurricane Sandy along the East Coast, as captured by the NOAA's GOES-13 satellite.

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