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The Whole World: The Power of Seeing the Earth From Space

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In celebration of Earth Day, a collection of thoughts about how our planet looks from orbit Please use a JavaScript-enabled device to view this slideshowImages: NASA. Just over 500 of the more than seven billion human beings that live on Earth have seen with their own eyes what the planet...
The Whole World: The Power of Seeing the Earth From Space

The Earth From Space: The Nile at Night

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The Earth From Space: The Nile at Night
Funding Daily: in investment land, it's never Friday

Earth From Space: Egypt From the International Space Station

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Earth From Space: Egypt From the International Space Station

A picture of Earth through time

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Today, we're making it possible for you to go back in time and get a stunning historical perspective on the changes to the Earth’s surface over time. Working with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), NASA and TIME, we're releasing more than a quarter-century of images of Earth taken from space,...
A picture of Earth through time

Earth From Space: A Decade of Development in Dubai

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Earth From Space: A Decade of Development in Dubai
NASA's Android smartphone satellites return blurry images from space

NOVA's Earth From Space documentary shows a super-connected planet (video)

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We've already had a meteorite shower to remind us that Earth is just a small part of a much, much larger universe. If that wasn't enough perspective for you, PBS is offering a follow-up through NOVA's newly streaming "Earth From Space" documentary. The two-hour show illustrates how our planet's...
NOVA's Earth From Space documentary shows a super-connected planet (video)

Earth from Space: Two Years of Waves Dancing

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Earth from Space: Two Years of Waves Dancing

The Earth From Space: The Aurora Borealis Lights Up the Sky

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The Earth From Space: The Aurora Borealis Lights Up the Sky

Earth from Space: London and the Olympic Sites

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Earth from Space: London and the Olympic Sites

Earth from Space: Cyclone Season

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Earth from Space: Cyclone Season
Google and Time launch satellite-photo Timelapse tool, charting changes to the planet over 25-years

NASA's Own Supercut of Amazing Footage of Earth From Space

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Because looking down on our beautiful planet from the lofty height of the International Space Station never gets old, here is just one more breathtaking time-lapse video to check out. When NASA made the raw images and videos available a few months ago, filmmakers of all stripes assembled stunning...
NASA's Own Supercut of Amazing Footage of Earth From Space
NASA recording lets you hear the Earth from space

Amazing Images of Earth From Space | LiveScience

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Amazing Images of Earth From Space | LiveScience

Earth from Space: What's Floating Down the Fjord Today, Dear?

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Earth from Space: What's Floating Down the Fjord Today, Dear?

Strand-1, The Space-Bound Smartphone Is Nearly Ready For Lift-Off

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The unmodified Nexus One, which powers the Strand-1 satellite, will be in orbit for six months, and will send photos from its 5-megapixel camera of the Earth from space. The countdown to send Strand-1, the smartphone-powered satellite, into space, has begun. SSTL, aka Surrey Satellite Technology Limited, the firm...
Strand-1, The Space-Bound Smartphone Is Nearly Ready For Lift-Off

Google Earth enters fourth dimension, highlights humanity's heavy hand

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Las Vegas grows, even as the water supply that feeds the growth is shrinking. Roughly four years ago, Google engineers started working with the US Geological Survey to create what it's now calling Google Earth Engine. Thanks to NASA satellite imagery obtained as part of the Landsat program, the...
Google Earth enters fourth dimension, highlights humanity's heavy hand

Earth From Space: The Retreat of Alaska's Columbia Glacier

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Earth From Space: The Retreat of Alaska's Columbia Glacier

Earth from Space: the 'Black' Sea, Turned Blue

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Earth from Space: the 'Black' Sea, Turned Blue

Landsat at 40: Images from the longest-running eye in the sky

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Landsat has been watching Earth from space for four decades. As the next-generation LDCM satellite prepares to launch, we look at what Landsat has shown us so far. [Read more]...
Landsat at 40: Images from the longest-running eye in the sky

Watching The Earth From Space, Live, From The ISS

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Two web cameras will be mounted to the Space Station by the end of 2013, so we can all say "I can see my house from here!" Urthecast says that two high-resolution cameras, one for video and one for stills, will be launched into space in October on a...
Watching The Earth From Space, Live, From The ISS
40 years after the Blue Marble, remembering how spaceflight changed our view of Earth

Just One More Seriously Breathtaking Video of the Earth From Space

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By now you've probably seen one of the many gorgeous time-lapse videos created with photographs taken by the crew of the International Space Station. Yeah, yeah, pretty cool. But just when you think you've seen all the beauty that space has to offer, along comes this gem: Christoph Malin's...
Just One More Seriously Breathtaking Video of the Earth From Space

The Earth From Space: Yesterday's Severe Weather Over Texas and Oklahoma

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The Earth From Space: Yesterday's Severe Weather Over Texas and Oklahoma

The Earth From Space: The Southern Lights Over Antarctica and Australia

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The Earth From Space: The Southern Lights Over Antarctica and Australia

The Earth From Space: Oregon's Crater Lake

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The Earth From Space: Oregon's Crater Lake

'This Is Our Planet': Glorious Time-Lapse View of the Earth From Space

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Vimeo user Tomislav Safundžić knitted NASA footage into this beautiful time-lapse video of Earth -- its continents, seas, the lights of cities -- and the surrounding sky and stars as they appear from the International Space Station. As astronaut Ron Garan wrote here on The Atlantic last December, seeing our planet like...
'This Is Our Planet': Glorious Time-Lapse View of the Earth From Space

See the other side of Earth in NASA's new photograph

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North and South Americans have seen their continents from space in 2012, and now NASA has released a second "Blue Marble" image, this time centered on Africa and Asia. Like the first, it's a composite of several images taken by the Suomi NPP satellite, which orbits Earth from 512...
See the other side of Earth in NASA's new photograph
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