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Satellite Images of Hurricane Juan

This is an infrared satellite image of Hurricane Juan, taken at 11:45 p.m. ADT, just before it made landfall. Photo Credit: NOAA
This is an infrared satellite image of Hurricane Juan, taken at 11:45 p.m. ADT, just before it made landfall. Photo Credit: NOAA
Visual satellite image of Hurricane Juan, taken September 28, when Juan was well over 600 km south of Halifax, packing sustained winds near 160 km/h and moving north about 33 km/h. Photo Credit: NOAA
Visual satellite image of Hurricane Juan, taken September 28, when Juan was well over 600 km south of Halifax, packing sustained winds near 160 km/h and moving north about 33 km/h. Photo Credit: NOAA
Visual satellite image of Hurricane Juan, taken September 28, when Juan was well over 600 km south of Halifax, packing sustained winds near 160 km/h and moving north about 33 km/h. Photo Credit: NOAA
Visual satellite image of Hurricane Juan, taken September 28, when Juan was well over 600 km south of Halifax, packing sustained winds near 160 km/h and moving north about 33 km/h. Photo Credit: NOAA

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