So today we will introduce you top 10 fact about Google that you may not know.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have had a birds-eye view of the 2011 hurricane season, flying over and snapping pictures of several storms. Hurricane Katia is no exception, but luckily it isn’t likely to cause much damage down on the ground. Fossum snapped a picture of the major Category 3 storm (on the Saffir-Simpson scale of hurricane strength), which has been swirling over the Atlantic Ocean for more than a week. According to the National Hurricane Center the most recent measurements of Katia showed that its winds had decreased to 120 mph (195 kph), and the storm is expected to fluctuate in strength over the next day or so, before weakening below major hurricane status around Thursday.
Katia isn’t expected to directly threaten any land areas, though a tropical storm watch has been issued for Bermuda and surf conditions could be rough along the East Coast. Hurricane Katia is the second hurricane to form during the 2011 hurricane season, which has been predicted to spawn an above-average 14 to 19 named storms (which include tropical storms and hurricanes), seven to 10 hurricanes and three to five major hurricanes.
Asteroid 2005 YU55 Pass Near Earth on November 8
Asteroid 2012 EG5 Close Approach
Rare Ultra Blue Stars in Neighboring Galaxy Hub
Nasa UARS Satellite Crash Site
Annular Solar Eclipse 2012
There May be Billions of Habitable Alien Planets in Our Galaxy
First Biofuel Boeing 747-8 Will be Presented in Paris
Planet Sized Object Spotted Near Mercury