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NOAA delivers stunning first satellite images of Earth (PHOTOS) — RT America

NOAA delivers stunning first satellite images of Earth (PHOTOS) — RT America

Crescent Earth as seen by Japan's Himawari 8 at 3:10 am PST August 12, 2017.

Crescent Earth as seen by Japan's Himawari 8 at am PST August

First fulldisk visible image from GOES-13  on 22 June 2006 1730-1800 UTC

“ 10 yrs ago today, (actively serving as the GOES-East satellite) returned its first full disk image!

Pacific Ocean sea surface height (SSH) anomalies of what is presently happening to the Pacific Ocean El Niño signal measured with the satellites TOPEX and Jason-3

Pacific Ocean sea surface height (SSH) anomalies of what is presently happening to the Pacific Ocean El Niño signal measured with the satellites TOPEX and

La Luna, captada al pasar frente a la Tierra

A NASA camera on board the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite captured a rare lunar transit across the face of a sunlit Earth. The images, which feature a fully lit far side of the.

Meteosat-4 Earth image 6/7/1991 artificially coloured

Meteosat-4 Earth image 6/7/1991 artificially coloured

Rosetta captured at 14:23 UTC, a few hours after its Earth flyby on November 13, 2009, using its navigational camera. The images were intended to test the camera's operation when a target fills the frame. The next object that will fill the navigational camera's field of view is the asteroid Lutetia, which Rosetta will encounter in 2010.

Rosetta Navigational Camera view of Earth, November 2009

Latest view of our beautiful blue marble, captured by DSCOVR spacecraft.  Australia looking all alone out there.

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NASA has launched a new website allowing the public to view images snapped by its Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite. The service will provide multiple shots of stunning Earth imagery seven days a week, mere hours after capture.

OSIRIS-REx view of Earth and Moon : This color composite image of Earth and the Moon was taken October 2, 2017, 10 days after OSIRIS-REx performed its Earth Gravity Assist maneuver, using MapCam, the mid-range scientific camera onboard the spacecraft. The distance to Earth was approximately 5,120,000 km—about 13 times the distance between the Earth and Moon. (NASA / GSFC / University of Arizona)

OSIRIS-REx view of Earth and Moon : This color composite image of Earth and the Moon was taken October 2, 2017, 10 days after OSIRIS-REx performed its Earth Gravity Assist maneuver, using MapCam, the mid-range scientific camera onboard the spacecraft. The distance to Earth was approximately 5,120,000 km—about 13 times the distance between the Earth and Moon. (NASA / GSFC / University of Arizona)

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