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The International Space Station passed directly over the eye of Typhoon Neoguri and astronaut Alexander Gerst of Germany captured its terrifying size. In a tweet, Gerst marveled that even with a fish-eye lens, he couldn't capture the whole storm.

The typhoon battered Japan's Okinawa islands with sustained winds of 120 mph Tuesday, paralyzing transport and forcing the U.S. military to move 61 aircraft from Kadena Air Base.