Florence is about 644 kilometres wide and it's winds have dropped from a peak of 225 km/h to 165 km/h, reducing the hurricane from a terrifying Category 4 to a Category 2.
Additionally, European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst took to Twitter on Wednesday to share photos of the hurricane from space, while stressing the severity of the storm.
NASA also posted an incredible video of Hurricane Florence viewed from space.
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Global space station NASA has revealed the extent of the hurricane "Florence", which is close to the coast of the United States.
'Get prepared on the East Coast, this is a no-kidding nightmare coming for you'.
NASA shared an image of the giant storm two days ago. "It's chilling, even from space", he wrote in another tweet.
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Hurricane Florence is now bearing down on the Southeast, specifically the Carolina's, and the slow-moving hurricane has everyone anxious with the amount of rain it could dump, with a potential to cause massive flooding-not to mention the damage from 80 mile-per-hour winds expected later today.
Photo station published on its website. It is expected start affecting North Carolina and SC as early as September 13.
Those warily staring at Florence grasp in contrast it to Hurricanes Fran and Hugo, which pummeled North Carolina and SC, respectively, more than two decades ago.
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In all, an estimated 10 million people live in areas expected to be placed under a hurricane or storm advisory, according to the U.S. Weather Prediction Center.