Not lightning. Not tornadoes. Not volcanoes, nor even earthquakes. By a wide margin, hurricanes are Earth’s most powerful natural phenomena. For years scientists have studied the processes that describe and explain these ferocious storms. But it’s only just recently that the instruments and techniques have been in place to thoroughly analyze and explore the origins of these natural weather engines. Visit this new Hurricane Resource page often to see what new and exciting things NASA will reveal to you in the coming months about the power of hurricanes.