As if the pictures from earth weren’t scary enough.
An engineer and astronaut for NASA shared photos of Hurricane Dorian from space on Monday.
The harrowing images were posted on Christina Koch’s Twitter page after being captured from the International Space Station.
“#HurricaneDorian as seen from @Space_Station earlier today,” tweeted Koch, who is on her first space flight.
“Hoping everyone in its path stays safe,“ she said.
NASA shared jaw-dropping video footage of Dorian last week as it was barreling through the Caribbean.
The storm made landfall in the Bahamas as a Category 5 — with sustained winds of 185 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center. At least five people have suffered hurricane-related deaths, including a 7-year-old boy. There have been more than 20 reported injuries.
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