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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by iBlue, Nov 12, 2010.
Earth is awesome.
Amazing! Thanks for posting
Very cool pics. Thanks for sharing.
Crap that is awesome!
Look at all that light pollution!
I know! But it sure does look cool from space.
Yeah, but I imagine it would look just as cool with more efficient, more directed lighting. Plus, just think how much better our view of the stars would be.
First beautiful thing to come from The Daily Mail.
Very nice. Thanks for sharing iBlue.
It's a shame they're quite small and grainy. They're amazing as they are but properly done - I don't think I'd change my desktop picture ever again.
i think i just found a new iPad wallpaper.....
wuuuu (bug looks at light)
Awesome pictures. I think different about the river Nile now.
key west, never been there but it looks nice.
It makes the Earth seem so small...just one little globe flickering with our lights here and there. Beautiful photos.
If you want those pesky lights gone, you can go to North Korea. There is a pic similar to these that shows Asia at night. North Korea is virtually dark while South Korea and Japan are pretty much totally lit up.
Truly wonderful pictures. The Nile one is awe-inspiring. Thanks to iBlue.
There seem to be slightly larger versions of some on the NASA site. I think this is an enhanced version of the Nile shot:
The angle has been changed but the cloud patterns seem the same.
Wow. How beautiful...
I can see my house in that SE USA pic!
Makes you think how we're all in this (whatever "this" is) together....
The OP also reminds me of this...
^ That was too cute!
You should! It's gorgeous and so is the drive to get there. I got a bit sentimental at that particular photo. I drove all over that state with e.
That is so awesome.
Requires a repost of this for more joy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=at_f98qOGY0
Nice. Compliments the Living Earth HD app i have on my iPad
big fan of these pics ... thanks for the treat
Great photos! Although it's trivial, it's a cool thought that the moonshine gets reflected by the water, whether you're standing at a lakeshore or watching from space