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This Is the Definitive Photograph of Planet Earth

Unlike NASA's Blue Marble—which is a composite made from many different photographs—this is a portrait of Earth taken in one single shot. It's the highest resolution image of our home planet, 121 megapixels. That's an amazing 0.62 miles per pixel.
Amanda Coe
Amanda Coe • 2 years ago

This Is the Definitive Photograph of Planet Earth Unlike NASA's Blue Marble—which is a composite made from many different photographs—this is a portrait of Earth taken in one single shot.

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