How to make a hurricane satellite photo look like a meteor storm satellite image

In this video, a team of amateur astronomers looks at the best images of Hurricane Katrina in a high-definition satellite image.

The images are from the NASA/NOAA Hurricane Katrina satellite.

The hurricane is a Category 4 hurricane, with maximum sustained winds of 155 mph.

The satellite images show that the storm is a remnant of a storm that hit the Gulf Coast in 2005.

The hurricane is also visible on NASA’s hurricane imagery, which includes a variety of satellites that are able to track the changing atmosphere over land.

For example, NOAA’s Tropical Storms in the Caribbean (TSIC) satellite can track the cyclone’s path from land to sea.

The TIC imagery shows a storm surge at its center that is greater than 1 meter (3 feet) in height, or nearly six times the size of Hurricane Matthew’s surge.

This image shows Hurricane Katrina’s center as seen from a satellite image from NASA/GSFC/NSSLP.

NASA/JPL-Caltech/NRAO.