Another Sept. 12 image of Hurricane Florence, imaged from the International Space Station.
Still extremely dangerous
As of 11 a.m. ET on Sept. 12, the Air Force's Hurricane Hunter aircraft that flew through the storm found that Florence has changed little while moving toward the U.S. Southeast Coast, meaning it's still an extremely dangerous major hurricane.
Aboard the International Space Station, EU scientist Alexander Gerst tweeted: "#HurricaneFlorence this morning with Cape Hatteras #NorthCarolina in the foreground. The crew of @Space_Station is thinking of those who will be affected."
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