NASA posts phenomenal video of Hurricane Florence from station

WATCH: Space Station's view of Hurricane Florence looks eerily apocalyptic

WATCH: Space Station's view of Hurricane Florence looks eerily apocalyptic

A high-definition camera outside the International Space Station captured video Tuesday.

Additionally, European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst took to Twitter on Wednesday to share photos of the hurricane from space, while stressing the severity of the storm.

This photo equipped by NASA presentations Hurricane Florence from the International Condominium Contrivance on Monday, Sept. 10, 2018, because it threatens the U.S. East Run.

Describing Hurricane Florence as "a no-kidding nightmare" is certainly appropriate, with Gerst warning Americans on the East Coast to prepare for the storm's arrival.

In another image tweeted by Gerst on Wednesday (one of which was NASA's "Image of the Day") the seriousness of the storm can be clearly seen.

"Ever stared down the gaping eye of a category four hurricane?"

It is estimated that the wind speed in the eye of the hurricane reaches more than 200 kilometers per hour.

The storm, which is poised to electrify millions this week within the southeastern US, is "expected to raise existence-threatening storm surge and rainfall" to North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia, and parts of the Mid-Atlantic states, the National Hurricane Middle (NHC) talked about.

Florence is expected to strike North Carolina's coast on Friday, then drift southwest before moving inland on Saturday, according to Miami's National Hurricane Center (NHC). Jasmine writes primarily in our LGBTTQQIAAP and Science section.

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