View Full Version : Taking the Temperature of a Hurricane's Eye

2005-Sep-08, 08:55 AM
SUMMARY: When Hurricane Erin was beating up the North Atlantic last year, NASA researchers decided to take its temperature. Using a special aircraft, researchers dropped eight sensors into the area round the storm's eye, a place that contains the most powerful winds and warmest temperatures. Using this data, they were able to create a three-dimensional image of the complete inner core.

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