Researchers share drone footage of what it's like inside Hurricane Sam

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NOAA and Saildrone Inc. are piloting five specially designed surface drones in the Atlantic Ocean to gather data around the clock to help understand the physical processes of hurricanes. Saildrone


Researchers for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have dispatched a surface drone inside Hurricane Sam as it barrels toward the Caribbean, giving scientists a new perspective of what it’s like inside such a storm.

The video and images shared were the first of their kind gathered by an “uncrewed surface vehicle” from

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