Satellite time lapse. Filmed in the Oxo Tower London, November 2012. The weather was very windy, I think there must have been a breeze in th...
Earthscapes 'Forever' Stamps Collection by usps: So many beautiful stamps out there! #Stamps #Earthscapes
On August 26 the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) aboard NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this true-color image of a spiraling dust storm in eastern Kazakhstan. Whirling clouds surround an arc of tan dust north of Lake Balkhash. The dust likely arises for the Saryeski-Atyrau Desert, a sand desert which stretches for about 250 mi (500 km) south of Lake Balkhash and between the Ili River (west) and Karatal River (east). Credit: Jeff Schmaltz, MODIS Land Rapid Response Team
An illustration of our Milky Way galaxy noting its mass distribution. Scientists suspect a recent collision with a dwarf galaxy possibly as recent as 100 million years ago, created a mysterious wave in our galaxy.
Date: April 9, 2015 NASA and NOAA created this composite image using photos taken by Suomi NPP, a weather satellite that orbits Earth 14 times a day. You can see the Joalane tropical cyclone in the Indian Ocean (top right).
Jim Kerr writes NASA inquiring about CHEMTRAILS: Here is what NASA wrote back! Important to circulate this one, it's REAL and it is factual!
#Earth seen by the Himawari-8 weather satellite, September 1st, 2015.
MST3K This is me, today. Thanks, warm weather and grass.