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  • Janet Vaughn

    Tropical Storm Isaac photo from space at night. Taken by NASA's Suomi-NPP satellite on August 28, 2012 as Isaac neared the US Gulf Coast.

  • Zachary Figueroa

    #HurricaneIssac from the International Space Station photo credit: Nasa

  • KickAssCreative

    This image of hurricane Isaac illuminated by moonlight as cities glow in the middle of the night is unique and strangely beautiful. It was captured on August 28, 2012, just at midnight, as it was hitting the Gulf's coast. #hurricaneIsaac

  • Phil O'Brien

    A NASA satellite captured a spectacular photo of what is now Hurricane Isaac from space, a nighttime view showing the then-tropical storm's clouds lit up by moonlight as it approached the U.S. Gulf Coast. NASA's Suomi-NPP weather tracking satellite recorded the...photo of Isaac just after midnight on Tuesday (Aug. 28). The bright city lights of New Orleans, Houston and Tampa, Fla., can be easily identified...also...cities all along the Gulf Coast, Florida and the southeast U.S. coast.

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