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The black and blue marble:
Whole Earth views from space
9/11/2013
Apollo 17’s iconic “blue marble” view in 1972
9/11/2013 2Source: NASA
First color photograph of whole Earth in 1967
9/11/2013 3Source: NASA
Blue marble: next generation
9/11/2013 4Source: NASA
9/11/2013 5Source: NASA
Blue marble: next generation
9/11/2013 6Source: NASA
Blue marble: next generation
9/11/2013 79/11/2013 7Source: NASA
Feb. 1, 2004
9/11/2013 8Source: NASA
The world turned on its head
The world turned on its head
9/11/2013 9Source: NASA
The view from the the top: Arctic and high latitudes
9/11/2013 10Source: NASA
Night lights of the Western hemisphere
9/11/2013 11Source: NASA
The Earth at night
9/11/2013 12Source: NASA
The United States of Light
9/11/2013 13Source: NASA
Lights in the American West
9/11/2013 14Source: NASA
Moon in orbit: the view from the Galileo spacecraft
9/11/2013 15Source: NASA/JPL
Looking back toward Earth on way to Jupiter
9/11/2013 16Source: NASA/JPL/Doug Ellison
View of Earth and moon from Saturn
9/11/2013 17Source: NASA/JPL/SSI
You are here
Lunar transit of Earth
9/11/2013 18Source: NASA/JPL/UMD
Lunar transit of Earth
9/11/2013 19Source: NASA/JPL/UMD
Solar eclipse viewed from lunar orbiter
9/11/2013 20Source: NASA/GSFC/ASU
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The black and blue marble: whole Earth views from space

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A collection of views of planet Earth from space, including animations, night lights, and close-ups of the American West.

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The black and blue marble: whole Earth views from space

  1. 1. The black and blue marble: Whole Earth views from space 9/11/2013
  2. 2. Apollo 17’s iconic “blue marble” view in 1972 9/11/2013 2Source: NASA
  3. 3. First color photograph of whole Earth in 1967 9/11/2013 3Source: NASA
  4. 4. Blue marble: next generation 9/11/2013 4Source: NASA
  5. 5. 9/11/2013 5Source: NASA Blue marble: next generation
  6. 6. 9/11/2013 6Source: NASA Blue marble: next generation
  7. 7. 9/11/2013 79/11/2013 7Source: NASA Feb. 1, 2004
  8. 8. 9/11/2013 8Source: NASA The world turned on its head
  9. 9. The world turned on its head 9/11/2013 9Source: NASA
  10. 10. The view from the the top: Arctic and high latitudes 9/11/2013 10Source: NASA
  11. 11. Night lights of the Western hemisphere 9/11/2013 11Source: NASA
  12. 12. The Earth at night 9/11/2013 12Source: NASA
  13. 13. The United States of Light 9/11/2013 13Source: NASA
  14. 14. Lights in the American West 9/11/2013 14Source: NASA
  15. 15. Moon in orbit: the view from the Galileo spacecraft 9/11/2013 15Source: NASA/JPL
  16. 16. Looking back toward Earth on way to Jupiter 9/11/2013 16Source: NASA/JPL/Doug Ellison
  17. 17. View of Earth and moon from Saturn 9/11/2013 17Source: NASA/JPL/SSI You are here
  18. 18. Lunar transit of Earth 9/11/2013 18Source: NASA/JPL/UMD
  19. 19. Lunar transit of Earth 9/11/2013 19Source: NASA/JPL/UMD
  20. 20. Solar eclipse viewed from lunar orbiter 9/11/2013 20Source: NASA/GSFC/ASU
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