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Awesome Hurricane Katrina Video

Posted by languageandgrammar on August 25, 2010

By Paul Yeager, author of Weather Whys: Facts, Myths, and Oddities and Cloudy and Cool.

Awesome is often used to mean something incredibly good, but technically, it means something that inspires awe of any type. When I saw that the video of Hurricane Katrina, released by NASA five years after the devastating storm, the only word that came to mind is awesome.

See the video in the NASA Releases Eye-Opening Satellite View of Hurricane Katrina story on AOL news.

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