The online community is sharing satellite images of the "monster" storm Matthew is sweeping across the island nation of Haiti.
On October 5, Stu Ostro, the head of the weather channel for The Weather Channel, posted an image taken from the storm of Matthew Matthew when he landed in Haiti. This image was taken by the US National Aeronautics Agency (NASA) with a satellite camera system.
The storm "monster" Matthew.(photo: Twitter).
Worth mentioning is that, after color correction, the storm looks like a skull with eyes and teeth, making many people feel scared.
However, some people still seem skeptical of the authenticity of this photo. In response to netizens' questions, Mr. Ostro himself had to go on Twitter to confirm that the photo was 100% true and without the intervention of image editing techniques.
The storm caused much damage to Haiti.(photo: Reuters).
On October 5, Hurricane Matthew turned to the Bahamas and the east coast of Florida (USA), after sweeping Haiti and Cuba causing heavy rain and flooding, leaving hundreds of thousands evacuated and 17 dead. network. According to the hydrometeorological agencies, Matthew is the most powerful storm in the Caribbean for nearly a decade.
The special deputy representative of the UN Secretary-General at Haiti Mourad Wahba said the super typhoon Matthew had caused "the worst humanitarian aftermath" in Haiti since the earthquake devastated the country six years ago. .