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Station Cameras Obtain Birds-Eye View of Earl and Fiona

At an altitude of 218 statute miles, cameras outside the International Space Station captured views of Tropical Storm Fiona at 3:10 p.m. EDT and, on the next orbit of the Earth, of Hurricane Earl at 4:45 p.m. EDT on Sept. 1 as the two systems churned over the north Atlantic. At the time the video was obtained, Fiona was packing winds of 60 miles an hour north off the Lesser Antilles, moving northwest. Earl was bordering on a Category 4 hurricane, with winds of 125 miles an hour as it moved northwest north of the Bahamas.
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