NASA Mission Control braces for Hurricane Laura as astronauts watch from space


Mission controllers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston are bracing for the impact of Hurricane Laura.

Now a Category 4 storm, Laura made landfall early this morning (Aug. 27) at the Texas-Louisiana border, about 125 miles (200 kilometers) east of the center, where the agency conducts its International Space Station operations. 



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