In pictures or perhaps with the naked eye, many have witnessed what the Earth looks like when a hurricane makes landfall. Sometimes it results in a disaster of humongous proportions, while at other times nature give us false alarm.

NASA's Astronaut, Scott Kelly, captured three images of the recent Hurricane Patricia from 250 miles above the Earth on the International Space Station.

Take a look at the 'heavenly' view:

(All images have been taken from the Facebook page of International Space Station .)

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