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Sandy captured from space

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Sandy, while being a monster of a storm, has been very photogenic over the past few days.  Here is a visible satellite picture from 9 a.m. Monday:

Here is another visible satellite picture from 1:35 p.m. Monday:

During Monday, Hurricane Sandy covered over 2200 miles of the planet.  The International Space Station captured this video Monday morning:

A newer NASA satellite scanned Sandy on Sunday afternoon for this 3-D profile of Sandy: