At roughly 400 miles/640 km in diameter, Hurricane Florence is downright scary
The GOES-17 satellite took this snapshot from an equatorial vantage point approx. 22,300 miles above the surface
One guess what the music soundtrack was
Just when you think it’s going to stop, they keep getting bigger. Earth for scale.
Photo taken November 9, 1967; 10,000 miles from Earth
NASA scientists have released new global maps of Earth at night, providing the clearest-yet views of the patterns of human settlements across our planet
“That’s here. That’s home. That’s us.” – Carl Sagan