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Space station cameras capture new views of ‘Hurricane Nicole’ as it moves away from Bermuda – Watch video!

Cameras outside the International Space Station (ISS) have captured new views of Hurricane Nicole on Octover 13 at 1:40 p.m. EDT as the storm passed directly over Bermuda, packing winds of 120 miles an hour.

The US space agency NASA released the following video captured from an altitude of 252 miles, showing Nicole passing over Bermuda.

Hurricane Nicole made a direct hit on Bermuda Thursday as the strongest hurricane to affect the Atlantic archipelago in 13 years, reports the Weather.com.

Nicole moved past Bermuda by mid-afternoon, but not before creating eight-foot storm surges and resulting flooding to the island.

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