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Catapult Aircraft on board a Merchantman ship. Sea Hurricanes at the time were standard fighters which were nearly worn out and were sacrificed on one last flight. There was nowhere to land so they ditched in the sea and if the pilot was lucky he would get picked up. When escort carriers were finally delivered this practice was stopped.

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The Eye of Saturn's Hurricane as captured by Cassini's imaging cameras: The eye of this hurricane at Saturn's north pole is a staggering 1,250 miles across with cloud speeds as fast as 330 miles per hour, spinning counterclockwise in the north, just like the hurricanes on earth. Scientists don't know how long it has been active. by NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI via popsci. (this image is false-color)

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No matter where you live, this is very handy information in case of a hurricane, flood or fire. natural disaster infographic
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Infographic: Preparing Your Home for a Natural Disaster

No matter where you live, this is very handy information in case of a hurricane, flood or fire. natural disaster infographic

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Pilot Officer Albert Gerald Lewis DFC (aged 22) in his Hawker Hurricane Mk.1 (VY-R) P2923 with 85 Squadron RAF at Castle Camps, RAF Debden's satellite airfield in Cambridgeshire. July 1940.

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The Great Red Spot of Jupiter, as seen from the Voyager 1 spacecraft, a gigantic hurricane-like storm system that has been raging for over 300-years, and perhaps much longer. Three Earths could fit inside it.

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