Appreciate the raw power of nature, as well as the beautiful (and sometimes dangerous) storms it can create with the Satellite Storm Necklace inspired by a satellite image of a tropical cyclone. With wind speeds capable of surpassing 150 mph, it's hard to ignore a cyclone, just as it'll be hard to ignore you when you complete your outfit with this powerful necklace.
Tropical cyclones are no joke, however. These storms can be very dangerous and with the hurricane season beginning on June 1st in the U.S., it's time to think about hurricane preparedness. The Red Cross provides wonderful preparedness resources on their website here.
This necklace is created using dual extrusion 3D printing, which allows two colors to be printed at once, and hand assembled onto the chain.
2.5 x 2 in plastic pendant
Chain Material: Sterling silver-plated
Chain Necklace Size: .7mm thickness, 51 cm (20 inches) in length
3D Printed in the USA
Comes in organza bag
Depending on where they occur, tropical cyclones are known by many names, including hurricanes, typhoons, and cyclones. Often massive storm systems, tropical cyclones form almost exclusively over warm, tropical body of waters. They are characterized by spinning bands of rain, strong (often dangerous) winds, and their iconic "eye," which is actually a low-pressure zone at the center of the storm.
Fun fact: In the Northern Hemisphere tropical cyclones always rotate counterclockwise , while in the Southern Hemisphere they always rotate clockwise. This is due to the Coriolis effect.
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