NASA Unveils Space-Captured Images of Earth’s Largest Waves
The tallest, longest, fastest, and heaviest waves ever recorded by NASA.
Images captured by the agency’s satellites offer an intriguing insight at how our globe functions.
For instance, in Tahiti, hurricanes that originate thousands of miles distant frequently pass undisturbed through the South Pacific on their route to the island’s southern coast.
According to NASA, surfers can spend several minutes riding the waves at Chicama, Peru.
According to reports, a Portuguese surfer surfed a wave that was more than 100 feet high.
Summer storms in Hawaii produce incredibly fast waves known as “freight trains.”
Tahiti experiences fantastic waves due to its isolation from other lands.
According to the agency, “all of these famous waves are shaped by the special characteristics of our oceans and shores.”