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time lapse animation from NASA tracking all the storms that rolled through out of the Atlantic this year (2005).

Pretty interesting:

http://www.surfline....fm?videotype=qt

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That's awesome. I would love to see that bigger.

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Hi-res and other formats available here.

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time lapse animation from NASA tracking all the storms that rolled through out of the Atlantic this year (2005). 

Pretty interesting:

http://www.surfline....fm?videotype=qt

Rob

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Like Nick says, Awesome! Thanks for posting the link.

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