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  • Take a flight right through Hurricane Irma with great view of her eye

    This Sept. 5, 2017, video takes you right through the eye of Category 5 Hurricane Irma with its 185 mph winds. Irma is churning in the Atlanta. National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration shared the video.

This Sept. 5, 2017, video takes you right through the eye of Category 5 Hurricane Irma with its 185 mph winds. Irma is churning in the Atlanta. National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration shared the video. Nick Underwood/NOAA and NOAA Hurricane Hunters
This Sept. 5, 2017, video takes you right through the eye of Category 5 Hurricane Irma with its 185 mph winds. Irma is churning in the Atlanta. National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration shared the video. Nick Underwood/NOAA and NOAA Hurricane Hunters

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