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Science of a Hurricane
Science of a HurricaneVideo Clip (2:30)
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Find out how a hurricane forms--and what makes it so dangerous.
Hurricane KatrinaVideo Clip (2:38)
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This clip from "History Uncut" provides aerial video of New Orleans, taken from a news helicopter, shortly after Hurricane Katrina. This provides a unique perspective of the devastation that Katrina wreaked on the city.
Hurricane Katrina Destruction
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One year after Hurricane Katrina landed on the Gulf Coast, a member of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s helicopter crew remembers the swath of destruction he viewed from above on August 29, 2005.
Hurricane Katrina Worst in U.S. History
Hurricane Katrina Worst in U.S. HistoryVideo Clip (0:34)
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A November 29, 2005, report of the year's hurricane season singles out Katrina, the category-3 storm that hit the Gulf Coast on August 29, as the most destructive hurricane in U.S. history.
Mega Disasters: New York City Hurricane
Mega Disasters: New York City HurricaneVideo Clip (2:53)
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What could happen if a massive hurricane made landfall in New York City?
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