The Kennedy Space Center of NASA, Florida, has not reported any damage to the space apparatus after it was hit by Hurricane Dorian, according to a panel that investigated the damage it may have produced.
Hurricane Dorian travels to the Atlantic coast, reaching North Carolina and Virginia, as NASA’s Kennedy Space Center completes the storm’s impact assessment.
The storm hit Florida earlier on Wednesday, September 4, but after NASA spent days preparing for the worst-case scenario, the impact of the hurricane was less severe than initial forecasts suggested it might occur.
NASA confirmed that none of the aviation systems were damaged by the storm, and that the facility will be opened after the closure because of the hurricane, and because the storm moved to the top of the Atlantic coast, it remained somewhat far from the sea, which indicated some expectations, has reduced to some extent The severity of its effects.
According to current forecasts issued by the National Hurricane Center, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reports that only some US territories in North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland and Massachusetts are subject to hurricane and tropical storm warnings.