Owen Kelley, a research scientist at NASA Goddard, works with data from the TRMM satellite to image the insides of storms. TRMM looked into the eye of Sandy the day before it made landfall and saw something surprising. Satellites also took snapshots of Sandy. J. Marshall Shepherd, president-elect of the American Meteorological Society and the director of the Atmospheric Sciences Program at the University of Georgia, explains some of Sandy’s unusual features.

Category: Science, Video

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2 Responses to “Storm Sandy’s CT Scan, and Other Vital Images”

  1. MidlifeNocrisis says:

    Wow. I can’t believe I wasted my time watching that. NASA and NOAA need to be defunded. It’s all just a bunch of theories and little else. Just pretty pictures and theories……. ;-)

  2. LiberTea says:

    Fascinating images, actually.
    But confabulations and insinuations in the end.