Before and After Satellite Images of Leyte Highlight Damage Caused by Haiyan

Nature World: Before and after NASA satellite images of the island of Leyte, Philippines reveals just how much havoc Super Typhoon Haiyan wreaked after making landfall Nov. 8. One of -- if not the -- largest storms to ever make landfall, Haiyan pounded Leyte with winds of rougly 195 miles per hour. As of Nov. 23, the death toll for the entire country had reached more than 5,200. The images were taken by the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) on NASA's Terra satellite.......

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