25 Aug '11, 12pm

Big (600-miles wide) bad (120 mph) Hurricane Irene yesterday afternoon, seen by NASA's Aqua satellite.

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Hurricane Irene [image] #NASA

Hurricane Irene [image] #NASA

earthobservatory.nasa.gov 24 Aug '11, 10pm

Hurricane Irene sprawls across nearly 1,000 kilometers (600 miles) in this true-color image taken by the Moderate Resoluti...

Hurricane Irene [image] #NASA

Hurricane Irene [image] #NASA

earthobservatory.nasa.gov 24 Aug '11, 8pm

As Hurricane Irene continues to strengthen, its shape is becoming more defined. In this image, taken by the GOES satellite...

Our TRMM satellite peers through the cloudtops ...

earthobservatory.nasa.gov 23 Aug '11, 12pm

The 2011 Atlantic hurricane season has been busy so far in terms of tropical storms with seven named storms; however, none...

Hurricane Irene [image] #NASA

earthobservatory.nasa.gov 22 Aug '11, 10pm

The 2011 Atlantic hurricane season has been busy so far in terms of tropical storms with seven named storms; however, none...

Hurricane Irene [image] #NASA

Hurricane Irene [image] #NASA

earthobservatory.nasa.gov 22 Aug '11, 9pm

Irene formed as a tropical storm east of the Leeward Islands on August 20, 2011. By August 22, the storm had strengthened ...

All of Hurricane Irene captured in this image from our Terra satellite, Thursday ~noon ET. #hurricaneirene

All of Hurricane Irene captured in this image f...

earthobservatory.nasa.gov 26 Aug '11, 12pm

Hurricane Irene is a large and dangerous storm. In this image, taken by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer ...

Hurricane Irene, Climate Change, and the Need t...

desmogblog.com 25 Aug '11, 2pm

In May of 2005, a few months before Hurricane Katrina, I wrote an article that nobody noticed. It was entitled “Thinking B...

'Fuel' for Hurricane Irene: warm Atlantic Ocean waters. Something else our Aqua satellite keeps an eye on.

'Fuel' for Hurricane Irene: warm Atlantic Ocean...

earthobservatory.nasa.gov 24 Aug '11, 11pm

As Hurricane Irene rumbles through the Atlantic Ocean, it needs fuel to sustain itself. Warm water is the main fuel, and t...

Tracking Hurricane Irene on Google, Bing, Mobile

Tracking Hurricane Irene on Google, Bing, Mobile

searchenginewatch.com 26 Aug '11, 6pm

As the potentially devastating Hurricane Irene bears down on the east coast of the United States, millions are turning to ...

One of the most beautiful #photos of a plankton...

treehugger.com 24 Aug '11, 3pm

A NASA satellite has sent down an image of a phytoplankton bloom stretching across the Barents Sea , located north of Norw...

Shift in Track for Hurricane Irene Puts Million...

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com 25 Aug '11, 3pm

10:35 a.m. | Updated Millions of residents of the East Coast for whom a hurricane strike is, at best, a dim memory now fac...

New York City orders unprecedented evacuations ...

todayonline.com 27 Aug '11, 3am

Hurricane Irene closed in on the Atlantic coast yesterday, triggering emergency preparations that included unprecedented e...

Exclusive: New York Surge From Irene Looks Bad, But Not Off Charts:

Exclusive: New York Surge From Irene Looks Bad,...

dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com 26 Aug '11, 4pm

New York Surge From Irene Looks Bad, But Not Off Charts By ANDREW C. REVKIN MIT A simulation of the storm surge from Hurri...

Frazar takes lead as focus turns to Irene:

Frazar takes lead as focus turns to Irene:

golf.com 25 Aug '11, 10pm

EDISON, N.J. (AP) — Harrison Frazar is leading The Barclays. All anyone wanted to talk about was Irene. Whatever enthusias...