Saildrone captures footage from inside Hurricane Sam

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An ocean drone has captured footage from inside Hurricane Sam, a Cateogory 4 hurricane hurtling across the Atlantic Ocean.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) teamed up with Saildrone Inc. to get the world’s first view of the eye of a storm, in hopes that the data can protect coastal communities from future hurricanes. Mike Drolet reports.

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