video of year : International Space Station captures eye of hurricane Mathew

International Space Station which has been orbiting the earth has captured a rare, bewildering video of the eye of hurricane Mathew

video of year : International Space Station captures eye of hurricane Mathew

Hurricane Mathew has brought massive devastation that US has never experienced before. Over 5 million people, mostly from Florida, Georgia and South Carolina are living without power, as hurricane Mathew moved on along its disastrous trail on South Carolina's southern coast on Saturday.

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Here is a video of the storm recorded by International Space Station, showing the eye of the storm:

The Category 2 storm has caused over 300 deaths in Haiti and four deaths in US so far. State of emergency has been declared in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina.

But, recent reports say it has now reduced to category 1 on Saturday morning,yet the danger is not over as it still moving at a deadly wind speed of maximum 85 mph.

"The center of Matthew will move near or over the coast of South Carolina this (Saturday) morning, and be near the coast of southern North Carolina by tonight," predicts the National Hurricane Center on early Saturday. "Reports ... indicate that maximum sustained winds remain near 105 mph (165 km/h) with higher gusts, " met adds.

Hurricane Matthew weakened from a Category 2 to a Category 1 storm with maximum sustained winds of Coastal South Carolina and North Carolina face dangers from dangerous storm surges and hurricane-force winds, reported CNN.


Sunrise for Daytona Beach residents

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On Saturday morning, residents and business houses of the Daytona Beach that faced the brunt of the violent storm returned to see the damage done by the deadly storm.

Moves to Charleston

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At 7 a.m., Mathew's center is located over the Atlantic, it is now at over 30 miles south-southwest of Charleston, South Carolina, says the National Hurricane Center.
Currently the center is moving in the north-northeast direction with a maximum speed of 105 mph.