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NASA Image Shows Big Snow for the East Coast

by Brandon Quinn | January 4, 2014

This is a picture of the US under a big storm.

NASA Snow Storm East Coast

This image may look like a 3rd grader shook a bottle of paint and slapped it on the wall, but it’s actually a view from NASA looking at North America in all it’s winter glory. The photo illustrates how big the “Hercules” storm is that’s hitting the East Coast the Week of January 1, 2014.  NASA captured this shot using a composite of multiple shots and its Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer.  East Coasters rejoice under this blanket of winter wonderland.

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