Irma: Astronaut's extraordinary photos from space show colossal scale of hurricane

An astronaut is sharing pictures showing the magnitude of Hurricane Irma, the fierce Atlantic storm which has devastated parts of the Caribbean and is bearing down on Florida. Randy Bresnik has been able to track Irma’s progress from the International Space Station. The hurricane reached Florida on Sunday morning.


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