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      Watch Hurricane Sandy, minute-by-minute, approach the New Jersey coast

      Sandy is a mammoth storm, and perhaps no better way to grasp its size and strength by looking at a satellite image.

      NASA had their GOES-14 weather satellite go into "super rapid scan" mode where it took a photograph every minute between 6 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Monday.

      "The changing angles of sunlight highlight the motions and different structures in the clouds," The NASA Earth Observatory wrote on their YouTube page:


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