As deadly Typhoon Soudelor weakened into a tropical storm over mainland China on Sunday morning impressive time-lapse footage taken from the International Space Station has recorded the super storm’s incredible might as it blasted through Taiwan on its route of death and destruction.

The spectacular video recorded from orbit shows a small but distinguishable eye of a category 5 super storm, packing sustained winds of up to 218 mph on its way to Taiwan on August 4. The strongest tropical cyclone on earth so far this year looks like a peaceful foam lather from space, but on the ground, it was a harbinger of extermination.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1w0atwIidI
At least six people died and some 185 were left injured, Taiwan’s Central Weather Bureau reported when Soudelor hit the island nation on Saturday with winds of 100 miles an hour (161km/h). Some areas saw winds of more than 142mph (230km/h).
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All flights were canceled as the storm brought down power lines and trees, blocking roads and causing flooding. Landslide-prone areas and valleys were placed on high alert.

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More than 35,000 military personnel were deployed to evacuate people across the island. The nation received between 10 and 15 inches (25.4 to 38.1 centimeters) of rain, with 40 inches (101cm) of rain descending on Taipingshan national forest in Yilan County over two days.

Read more: http://www.rt.com/news/311960-typhoon-soudelor-iss-eye/

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