SUPER TYPHOON BOPHA
- The storm clouds of Typhoon Bopha form a spiral far below the International Space Station in a photo captured on Sunday. The storm gained strength Monday, turning into a super typhoon with sustained winds greater than 150 mph. That’s the equivalent of a Category 5 hurricane in the Atlantic Ocean, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center reported.
- This astronaut photo of Super Typhoon Bopha was taken from the International Space Station, by astronaut Kevin Ford as the Category 4 storm bore down on the Philippines with winds of 135 mph
Picture: NASA ISS/JSC/Rex Features