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What a study of over 30 years of hurricane eye images tells us

from The Weather Channel

The eye of a tropical cyclone is arguably the most recognizable feature on a satellite image, and new research is helping to shed more light on this phenomenon, answering questions such as how often they develop and for what period of time they typically last. By examining satellite imagery from 1982-2015 across ocean basins, the new historical record of tropical cyclone eyes was developed by NOAA scientist Ken Knapp and the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies. more


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