CLEVELAND - The international space station flies over Hurricane Sandy to get images of the storm.
Later Monday, the ISS will pass over Hurricane Sandy to take more photos and stream what it sees in NASA's external cameras.
The ISS is passing about 260 miles above the Atlantic Ocean to get the images.
It's the first pass the crew has made over the storm.
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