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International Space Station Camera Captures View of Hurricane Irma

Cameras on board the International Space Station captured new footage of Hurricane Irma passing over the Atlantic Ocean towards the Caribbean on Tuesday, September 5.Irma <a href="https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/cruises/2017/09/05/hurricane-irma-scatters-cruise-ships-caribbean/632658001/" target="_blank">disrupted the paths of multiple Caribbean cruise ships</a>, including the Miami-based 2,004 passenger Norwegian Sky and the 4,248 passenger Norwegian Escape, which both altered their itineraries to return to Florida on Thursday, September 7, to avoid the path of the storm.The Category 5 hurricane is expected to bring 185 mph winds as it passes the Leewards islands, the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico over the next two days, <a href="https://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/hurricane-irma/potentially-catastrophic-hurricane-irma-sounds-alarms-across-caribbean-florida-n798991" target="_blank"><span class="caps">NBC</span> News</a> reported. Credit: <span class="caps">NAS

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