The super typhoon Haiyan which left of path of destruction in Philippine has been photographed by an astronaut from space.
This photo was taken one day after it hit Phillipines.
The typhoon doesn’t seems to be weakened by this impact on Phillippine and seems strong as ever.
Haiyan’s next target is Vietnam.
NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg spotted Typhoon Haiyan through a window on the International Space Station on Saturday (Nov. 9), just one day after the storm caused widespread damage and loss of life in the Philippines.
“Typhoon Haiyan. November 9,” Nyberg wrote in a simple message posted on Twitter under her handle @Astro_KarenN.
According to the Associated Press, the Typhoon Haiyan had sustained winds of up to 147 mph (235 km/h) and gusts of up to 170 mph (275 km/h). The storm has since weakened slightly. It is expected to reach Vietnam on Monday (Nov. 11).