Hurricane Ian News
The US space agency has now set the next launch attempt of the Artemis I Moon mission for November 14 Space Launch System (SLS) rocket carrying the Orion spacecraft is planned during a 69-minute launch window Earlier, NASA had pushed back the Artemis I Moon mission launch to November in the wake of hurricane Ian
Hurricane Ian has turned the lives of Floridians upside down, as the death toll touches 100 mark. Out of the total deaths, 98 are reported in Florida. Other storm deaths includes five in North Carolina, three in Cuba and one in Virginia. Let us take a look at some of the horrifying pictures of the second-deadliest storms to hit the mainland United States in the 21st century.
The number of recorded storm-related deaths has risen to at least 101 in the eight days since the storm made landfall in southwest Florida Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida's Gulf Coast on September 28, after hitting Cuba the previous day Hurricane Ian is the second-deadliest storm to hit the mainland United States in the 21st century, behind Hurricane Katrina, which left about 1,800 people dead in 2005
Hurricane Ian landed on the Florida coast at around 3:05 PM with maximum wind speed of 240 km per hour Reports say that Hurricane is causing "catastrophic" storm surges, winds, and flooding in the Florida Peninsula Around 2.5 million people had been ordered to evacuate southwest Florida before the storm hit the coast