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Have you ever seen a massive bull's eye of a hurricane? Here it is

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No one expected a hurricane could get so strong that a TV reporter would nearly be flown away.

Hurricane Ian that made landfall in Florida in the US on Wednesday became the most destructive hurricanes recorded yet in the nation.

Internet is awash with videos and photos of the trail of destruction as Ian crossed Cuba before hitting Florida.

Now a footage of Ian shared by American space agency NASA on its Instagram page bespeaks how shockingly strong the hurricane was when seen from space.

The footage was reportedly captured by International Space Station (ISS) on September 28.

The video shows a massive bull's-eye of a whitish hue churning and churning and churning around Florida, consuming every sight of Earth below. What a scary sight it is!

NASA wrote in the caption that Hurricane Ian as seen from the International Space Station (@ISS) on Sept. 28, 2022.

The video raked in over 8.7 million views and 6.4 lakh likes from across the globe.

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