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NASA Marks 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina with Remarkable Images

To mark the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina this month, NASA is making available to media a special collection of videos and still images associated with the devastating storm and the record-breaking 2005 Atlantic hurricane season.

The main web link to use for all the best video and still imagery is: http://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/hurricane-katrina-visual-resources-for-media

Below are descriptions and links for individual videos and still photo images. Everything on NASA web sites is in the public domain. All products can be used without special permission. The agency requests that any material used include a credit of “NASA.”

27 Storms: Arlene to Zeta
 
Hurricane Katrina Rain Accumulation
 
 
Hurricane Katrina Hot Towers
 
 
Hurricane Katrina Sea Surface Temperature
 
Hurricane Katrina GOES Clouds
 
Hurricane Katrina's Progression

 

For more iconic NASA imagery of Hurricane Katrina:
 
For more information about Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath:

 

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