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View of frozen US territory from space

A wave of extreme cold affects Canada and the northern United States, where temperatures, colder than in Antarctica, forced to cancel flights and suspend classes, in addition, paralyzed the lives of tens of millions of inhabitants. While people on Earth are freezing through the polar vortex, NASA's eyes in the sky look down from space. The space agency published an image with a view from one of its satellites of the frozen areas. Also, the satellites of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the United States captured images of how the polar air mass covers the northern part of the American continent: The intense cold is the result of a division of the polar vortex that has pushed towards the south masses of freezing air.

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