Did you know Io’s shadow sails across the face of Jupiter at 38,000 mph (17 kilometers per second)!
It’s all about perspective
The Jefferson Grid is a fascinating Instagram account that shows one square mile of our planet as seen on Google Earth.
A curated collection of 1500 striking and enigmatic landscapes available in Google Earth as desktop and mobile wallpapers.
The same side of the moon always faces Earth but this view was captured by a NASA satellite one million miles away.
A NASA camera on the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite has returned its first view of Earth from one million miles away.
Image by Google, Map Data If you go to 20°38’11.8″N 156°27’45.4″W on Google Maps you will see a pod of whales swimming off the coast of Maui, which is the second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands. When you take snapshots of the globe like Google does you’re bound to capture some interesting sights. Finding them…