August 30, 2014
On Aug. 26, NASA’s TRMM Satellite saw a band of thunderstorms with heights of over 15km (about 9.3 miles) and was generating heavy rain. That band was wrapping into the center of Cristobal.
Credit: NASA/SSAI, Hal Pierce
Topics: Disaster Accident, Entertainment Culture, Spaceflight, Meteorology, Atmospheric sciences, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission, Japanese space program, Storm, Thunderstorm, NASA