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55 Astonishing Images of Earth From Space

Strait of Tiran, Red Sea and Gulf of Aqaba: The narrow strait between Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula and Saudi Arabia is an important passage for ships trying to reach Israel and Jordan.

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Desert Coast—Morocco, Western Sahara : Image of the Day : NASA Earth Observatory

Noctulucent clouds

A photograph of night-shining clouds taken with a Nikon digital camera using a 400 millimeter lens by an astronaut aboard the ISS on January CREDIT: NASA Earth Observatory

Golfo: entrada de mar en la tierra. Es como una bahía pero más grande.

Sedimentary Spain - On November the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer on NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this image of the Guadalquivir River emptying a heavy load of sediment into the Gulf of Cÿdiz, along Spain’s southwestern coast.

Lightning seen from space

Electric Earth: Stunning Images of Lightning

Lightning seen from space

The “Big One” and the valley below the sea — a prophecy – Medium

The “Big One” and the valley below the sea — a prophecy

Salton Trough: Along the border of Mexico and the U., a geologically and tectonically complex area serves as a visual reference point for astronauts on the International Space Station.

The world’s second largest oil field, as seen from space -- In the false-color image, you can still remnants of the oil well fires during the Persian Gulf War.

Clouds and contrails by Samantha Joan Tebbutt (@stebbutt)  https://scriggler.com/detailPost/story/46559 Gazing at sky watching clouds and contrails

Clouds and contrails by Samantha Joan Tebbutt (Teardrop20)

Criss-Crossing Contrails - The condensation trails that form behind high-altitude aircraft, or contrails, are one of the most visible signs of the human impact on the atmosphere.

Fumée du volcan de Gaua – Archipel de Vanuatu

55 paysages vertigineux de la Terre pris depuis l’espace

Steam Plume from Gaua Volcano Taken May 2013 by a member of the International Space Station crew using a Nikon digital camera. Located in the Pacific Ocean, Gaua island is the top of a stratovolcano part of the Vanuatu Archipelago

Dust Plumes off Namibia

Taken May 2013 by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on the Terra satellite.

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