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Open Strum Page Liked · October 23 ·    NEW SONG! Click on the link & have a listen to Lion’s Drum :)  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHguL_waNcA  #openstrum

Open Strum Page Liked · October 23 · NEW SONG! Click on the link & have a listen to Lion’s Drum :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHguL_waNcA #openstrum

#INPEC2014 Bronze Sponsor | October 23-24, 2014 | Indiana Convention Center | #education #conference #sponsor #teachers | Hemisphere Educational Travel

#INPEC2014 Bronze Sponsor | October 23-24, 2014 | Indiana Convention Center | #education #conference #sponsor #teachers | Hemisphere Educational Travel

Hurricane Patricia is seen churning in the Pacific on October 23, 2015.  The now category 5 hurricane is heading towards Mexico and is being called the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the western hemisphere.  Photo: Handout, Getty Images

PHOTO: This satellite image taken at a. EDT on Friday, Oct. and released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows Hurricane Patricia moving over Mexicos Pacific Coast.

As of October 23, 2014, AR12192 is now the Biggest sunspot in 2 solar cycles. Just yesterday is reached the rank of largest sunspot in cycle 24. The sunspot measures a whopping 2700 microhemispheres (MH or millionths of a visible solar hemisphere). Now it has surpassed AR10486 (2610 MH) of the famous 2003 Halloween storms. It is the largest sunspot since AR6368, which measured 3080 MH on November 18, 1990. AR12192 is the largest in almost 24 years!

As of October is now the Biggest sunspot in 2 solar cycles. Just yesterday it reached the rank of largest sunspot in cycle The sunspot measures a whopping 2700 microhemispheres (MH or millionths of a visible […]

October 23, 2015, worst recorded storm in the Western Hemisphere, ever !

Hurricane Patricia’s maximum sustained winds of near 200 miles per hour exceed those of Hurricane Andrew in 1992 and Hurricane Katrina in (Composite image by the The New York Times)

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Hurricane Patricia becomes strongest hurricane ever recorded; Catastrophic landfall expected in Mexico Friday

Patricia is the strongest tropical cyclone ever measured in the western hemisphere. The category 5 storm with winds over 200 mph kph) is expected to hit Mexico's west coast

Hurricane Patricia is currently churning in the eastern Pacific Ocean, and weather forecasters are calling it the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Western Hemisphere. How big can tropical cyclones get?

Hurricane Patricia: How Big Can Tropical Cyclones Get?

Yesterday, NASA’s Suomi NPP satellite passed over Hurricane Patricia, the most powerful tropical cyclone ever measured, and captured this stunning image in infrared.

Reflections ~ Beautiful USA | Autumn in the Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole, Wyoming #orange #travel

I have been there. It is a Bucket List kind of place. Autumn in the Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole, WY

Hurricane Patricia was possibly the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in the Western Hemisphere, with maximum sustained winds of more than 320 km/h (200 mph). GOES-13 infrared image, 23 October 14:00 UTC

Hurricane Patricia was possibly the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in the Western Hemisphere, with maximum sustained winds of more than 320 km/h mph).

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