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2014/07/23 11:31
2014/07/23 11:31
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On July 23rd, 1972, the first Landsat spacecraft launched into orbit. At the time, it was called “Earth Resources Technology Satellite,” or ERTS, and was the first satellite to use a scanning...
2014/07/23 11:31
2014/07/23 11:31
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2014/07/23 00:42
2014/07/23 00:42
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2014/07/22 20:42
2014/07/22 20:42
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2014/07/16 18:42
2014/07/16 18:42
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The native forests of Borneo have been increasingly impacted by logging, fire, and conversion to plantations since the early 1970s. Borneo lacks island-wide forest clearance and logging documentation,...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2014/07/16 17:48
2014/07/16 17:48
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This astronaut photograph taken on Nov. 27, 2010, provides a view of tidal flats and channels near Sandy Cay, on the western side of Long Island, and along the eastern margin of the Great Bahama Bank,...
2014/07/15 11:34
2014/07/15 11:34
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Every full moon, Landsat 8 turns its back on Earth. As the satellite’s orbit takes it to the nighttime side of the planet, Landsat 8 pivots to point at the moon. It scans the distant lunar surface...
2014/07/14 12:39
2014/07/14 12:39
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Some things go swimmingly with a summer trip to the beach – sunscreen, mystery novels, cold beverages and sandcastles. Other things – like aquatic algae – are best avoided. The Landsat 8 satellite is...
2014/07/12 12:31
2014/07/12 12:31
12d
More than seventy year ago, wild ponies roamed the marshes and beaches of Wallops Island, a barrier island on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. Today, the island is the site of a thriving spaceport that...
2014/07/12 12:09
2014/07/12 12:09
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In the contrast it shows between nature and settlement—in the civilizational network it reveals—it gestures at the mystery of human society. These composites are referenced in movies and in art and,...
2014/07/12 06:39
2014/07/12 06:39
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Every full moon, Landsat 8 turns its back on Earth. As the satellite's orbit takes it to the nighttime side of the planet, Landsat 8 pivots to point at the moon. It scans the distant lunar surface...
2014/07/09 11:31
2014/07/09 11:31
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Turkmenistan is a desert country that lies east of the Caspian Sea and borders Iran, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan. Annual precipitation across the country ranges from 300 millimeters (12...
2014/06/30 11:31
2014/06/30 11:31
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Take a look at the food on your plate. If you live in the United States, there’s a good chance that a potash mine like this one in Moab, Utah, helped get it there. The mine produces muriate of potash,...
2014/06/25 12:47
2014/06/25 12:47
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See More of the World's Strangest Lakes By the ocean, jellyfish are a nuisance to swimmers, but taking a dip with them in Palau’s Jellyfish Lake is an unexpected pleasure. These golden jellyfish are...
2014/06/24 13:39
2014/06/24 13:39
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In 2005, Brazil was losing more forest each year than any other country. The good news is that today, Brazil has reduced deforestation in the Amazon rainforest by 70 percent, according to a recent...
2014/06/21 20:18
2014/06/21 20:18
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A huge battle ensued, and while the Iraqi government has claimed victory, it’s still not clear who controls the refinery, which is the largest in the country. But on June 18, 2014, the Landsat 8...
2014/06/21 12:31
2014/06/21 12:31
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Meanders and oxbows are usually associated with gently flowing rivers passing over soft soil on broad floodplains, much like today’s Lower Mississippi River. But as this image, which was captured by...
2014/07/23 11:31
2014/07/23 11:31
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