This magnificent image is a portrait of the Earth taken in one single shot. At 121 megapixels, it is the highest resolution image of the planet ever and was taken by the geostationary Russian weather satellite the Electro-L.
"The Chart of Cosmic Exploration features hand-illustrated renderings of every orbiter, lander, rover, flyby, and impactor to ever successfully slip the surly bonds of Earth's orbit. Plus all of our pretty-cool planets in our pretty-great Solar System.
NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day 2016 August 16 Five Planets and the Moon over Australia It is not a coincidence that planets line up. That’s because all of the planets orbit the Sun in (nearly) a single sheet called the plane of the ecliptic.
Moon shown in highest resolution yet in image made of 32,000 pictures
The evolution of the Earth's surface in reverse, from the present day to, at the very bottom roughly 90 million years ago. -- All maps by Ron Blakey. -- What Did the Continents Look Like Millions of Years Ago? - The Atlantic
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This photo demonstrates how pollution is impacting and destroying the earth. It shows that we as humans are oblivious to this and aren't trying to take action against reducing our ecological footprint.