Hurricane Irma Damage Assessment

NASA/Bill White2017-09-12


Washington, DC, United States

Center Director, Robert Cabana, conducts an aerial survey of NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida on September 12, 2017. The survey was performed to identify structures and facilities that may have sustained damage from Hurricane Irma as the storm passed Kennedy on September 10, 2017. NASA closed the center ahead of the storm's onset and only a small team of specialists known as the Rideout Team was on the center as the storm approached and passed.


  • Title: Hurricane Irma Damage Assessment
  • Creator: NASA/Bill White
  • Date Created: 2017-09-12
  • Location: Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF)
  • Rights: KSC
  • Album: ajwatso3

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