Here’s What a Cyclone Looks Like From Space — in 3D

NASA’s Global Precipitation Measurement mission returns its first images.

This is what a cyclone looks like to space radar. The red areas mark the most intense rainfall. The image was taken by NASA's Global Precipitation Mission March 10 over the Pacific Ocean.
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