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Satellite Image of Oklahoma Tornado
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Satellite Image of Oklahoma Tornado

Acquired at 2:55 CT on May 20, 2013, this image from the NOAA GOES-13 satellite shows the storms developing directly over central Oklahoma. One minute later an incredibly destructive tornado touched down in Moore, OK, killing dozens and leaving the town utterly destroyed.

 
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Keywords:GOES-13, tornado, 2013.05.21
 

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