Aboard the International Space Station, external and crew-tended cameras captured new views of Hurricane Katia from 230 miles overhead at 9:35 a.m. EDT on September 7, 2011 as the slightly weakened storm churned across the western Atlantic well away from the east coast of the United States. Katia is packing winds of 90 miles an hour, moving northwest at 10 miles an hour. Katia is expected to move in a path that would miss both the U.S. and Bermuda as it moves north and, eventually, to the northeast.
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