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but does it float: The Tibesti Mountains, located mostly in Chad with the northern slopes extending into Libya, ESA

Antarctica as seen by satellite images from the earth-observatory project of European Space agency.

A transect over the northern part of the Antarctica Peninsula acquired using the satellite’s strip map mode with a swath width of 50 miles.

This is the rolling farmland of southeastern Washington state. The swirling patterns are created by plows.

A decade of observing Earth from space has given us these breathtaking views

Satellite Eye on Earth: Swirling patterns created by ploughs in the rolling hills of farmland in the northwest US

Industrial scars: The environmental cost of consumption – in pictures

Industrial scars: The environmental cost of consumption – in pictures

j henry fair aerial photography industrial waste - Coal. New Roads, Louisiana, USA.

Mississippi River Delta from space

The Mississippi River Delta, where the largest river in the United States empties into the Gulf of Mexico. In this false-colour image, land vegetation appears pink, while the sediment in the surrounding waters are bright blue and green

The Paraná River cuts through this image of southern Brazil, ESA

The northern end of the Persian Gulf, along with the border of Iran and Iraq and the mouth of the Shatt al-Arab river, USGS/ESA

Volcanic Iceland, Andre Ermolaev, Iceland nature photography, Iceland aerial views “Iceland is a wonderful country;

phytoplankton blooms east of the Falkland Islands-- as seen from space

but does it float A phytoplankton bloom swirls a in the South Atlantic Ocean about 600 km east of the Falkland Islands. Different types and quantities of phytoplankton exhibit different colours, such as the blues and greens in this image, ESA

Earth from Space.  Madagascar, Bombetoka Bay

Paris-based environmental activist Yann Arthus-Bertrand has compiled these stunning satellite images as part of his book 'Earth from Space'.

The Okavango River

ESA Archive - The Okavango River, northern Namibia and southern Angola (river forms the border)