Earth Pictures: Iconic Images of Earth from Space A "Blue Marble" image of the Earth taken from the VIIRS instrument ... and being the first humans to see your own planet rise. This iconic image of the Earth rising, popularly called the “Earthrise” picture, is the first of its kind taken by an ... 03/12/2015 - 4:03 am | View Link
Here's why they call Earth 'The Blue Marble' The Caribbean country of Cuba appears at the top of this image, photographed last ... See also: NASA's Update to the Iconic 'Blue Marble' Photograph and 'The Black Marble': A New Satellite View of the Earth That Will Leave You in Awe 02/26/2014 - 4:00 am | View Link
The Black Marble: The Earth’s Iconic Image Gets a Nighttime Update If you have any conception of what the Earth looks like from space, it’s very likely thanks to the iconic “Blue Marble” photo snapped by the crew of the Apollo 17 in 1972. It’s a NASA classic, reproduced an incalculable number of times, showing the ... 12/7/2012 - 4:46 am | View Link
Black Marble: spectacular new images of Earth at night taken from the same angle as the iconic photo of Earth from space taken by Apollo 17 astronauts in 1972. The global composite image, titled "Black Marble", is constructed using cloud-free night images from a new NASA satellite, showing the glow of natural ... 12/6/2012 - 10:45 am | View Link
Black Marble: spectacular new images of Earth at night SCIENTISTS have unveiled a incredible new view of our planet at night, taken from the same angle as the iconic photo of Earth from space taken by Apollo 17 astronauts in 1972. The global composite image, titled "Black Marble", is constructed using cloud ... 12/6/2012 - 10:45 am | View Link
NASA-NOAA Satellite Reveals New Views of Earth at Night This new look at our planet at night shows the glow of natural and human-built phenomena across Earth in greater detail than ever before. 07/5/2015 - 4:05 pm | View Website
The Blue Marble NASA's Visible Earth catalog of NASA images and animations of our home planet 07/5/2015 - 2:11 pm | View Website
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Blue Marble, 2012 | NASA A 'Blue Marble' image of the Earth taken from the VIIRS instrument aboard NASA's most recently launched Earth-observing satellite - Suomi NPP. This composite image ... 07/4/2015 - 10:33 pm | View Website
As the riders approached the finish, Briton Mark Cavendish attacked first but Greipel timed his riposte perfectly to overtake him near the line for his seventh Tour stage win. Swiss veteran Fabian Cancellara took the yellow jersey from overnight leader Rohan Dennis
It took just over fifteen minutes for the U. S. Women's National Team to rack up a 4-0 lead over Japan in the FIFA's Women's World Cup final on Sunday, and three of those came courtesy of Carli Lloyd.
While Japan finally answered with a their own goal to bring the score 4-1 in the 27th minute, Lloyd in early and record-time established a fierce U.
So, the U. S. Women’s National Team is currently destroying Japan in the Women’s Women Cup Final, and they’re doing it one day after the Fourth of July.
Safe to say this hilarious eagle fan celebrating the team’s first goal is a pretty good representation of every citizen of this goddamned amazing country right now, no?
Sorry, but one clip of this instant Internet legend is just not enough.