NOAA's GOES-13 satellite captured images of Hurricane Irene moving through the Bahamas at 10 Thursday morning EDT.

Meanwhile NASA satellites are flying above Hurricane Irene, providing forecasters at National Hurricane Center with temperature, pressure, wind, and cloud and sea surface temperature data.

The GOES-13 image shows Irene to be almost one-third of the size of the eastern U.S.

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