The diameter of the typhoon seen from space was 3000 kilometers. How about the eye of the typhoon?

If you tried passing through these clouds in a bullet train, it would take 13 hours. That is, if you can get through it alive..

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A photo of the super typhoon Neoguri taken from the ISS (International Space Station), 400 kilometers above ground. If you look at a photo taken by another satellite,  its diameter is about 3000 kilometers, almost the size of Japan.

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http://www.tenki.jp/forecaster/diary/rumi_tokuda/2014/07/06/13191.html

 

Then, can you tell how large the eye of the storm is?

The answer is 70 kilometers. This was announced last night.

Neoguri, a super typhoon that occurs once in decades, is said to pass right through Japan. Come to think of it, the weather in Tokyo seems to be getting worse??

 

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https://www.facebook.com/mcipacpao/photos/a.244998655529721.80641.242873972408856/861446060551641/?type=1

 

 

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