Where do Hurricanes come from and how do they form - [Hurricane Irene 2011]

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Hurricanes Explained
Hurricane Irene 2011 setting to land as far north as Southern Quebec Canada. View from the ISS.
Using NASA's fleet of Earth observing instruments, scientists have recently made discoveries about the behavior and nature of hurricanes. It turns out that they often begin in unexpected, distant places around the globe; they can alter the course of other storms trailing behind; they can stretch their arms hundreds of miles in all directions.

Observations from space have enabled NASA and other research institutions to develop sophisticated computer models, too. These models allow scientists to simulate and test hypothesizes about hurricanes, which in turn facilitate development of new, more accurate predictive tools.

Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio

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