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About every corner of Earth with the products of new ESA satellites for Earth Observation: Sentinels. Earth starts beating and/or Heart starts beating.
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Рисованные Лисы (69 рисунков) » RadioNetPlus.ru развлекательный портал

Рисованные Лисы (69 рисунков) » RadioNetPlus.ru развлекательный портал

Severe Tropical Cyclone Donna is the strongest off-season South Pacific tropical cyclone on record during the month of May and it has been upgraded to a category five storm, the most destructive wi…

Severe Tropical Cyclone Donna is the strongest off-season South Pacific tropical cyclone on record during the month of May and it has been upgraded to a category five storm, the most destructive wi…

Kamchatka is a peninsula located in the far east of Russia basically known for hosting a considerable number of glacier and stratovolcano, most of them with no activity in the last century. A strat…

Kamchatka is a peninsula located in the far east of Russia basically known for hosting a considerable number of glacier and stratovolcano, most of them with no activity in the last century. A strat…

Plymouth (GB), August 27th 1768: Lieutenant James Cook, commanding the British Royal Navy research vessel HM Bark Endeavour, raised anchor for his first journey of exploration of Terra Australis In…

Plymouth (GB), August 27th 1768: Lieutenant James Cook, commanding the British Royal Navy research vessel HM Bark Endeavour, raised anchor for his first journey of exploration of Terra Australis In…

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The Proba-V 333m image of 03 March 2015 shows the Manicouagan crater, located in Manicouagan Region of Quebec, Canada. This lake represents one of the largest craters, roughly 100km, originating by…

The Proba-V 333m image of 03 March 2015 shows the Manicouagan crater, located in Manicouagan Region of Quebec, Canada. This lake represents one of the largest craters, roughly 100km, originating by…