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Up in the air: Flight data for the 50,000 planes that carry 2million passengers daily across the U.S., shows how airways connect every corner of the country. The major airport hubs are clearly visible

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Secret corpse flights, pizza boy delivery routes and the daily commute: Stunning aerial images reveal never-before-seen side of America

America Revealed

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Secret corpse flights, pizza boy delivery routes and the daily commute: Stunning aerial images reveal never-before-seen side of America

Way of the dead: These lines show the unpublicised transportation of dead bodies, some clearly being repatriated to their home states from the U.S.'s retirement mecca state of Florida

New York City pizza delivery routes were tracked with GPS in this visualization from the “Food Machine” episode of the PBS series America Revealed.

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Secret corpse flights, pizza boy delivery routes and the daily commute: Stunning aerial images reveal never-before-seen side of America

A visual representation of the nation’s wind resource where thousands of high-tech sensorsproduce invaluable data to help locate wind powered electricity

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Secret corpse flights, pizza boy delivery routes and the daily commute: Stunning aerial images reveal never-before-seen side of America

Snack time: GPS trails reveal the routes taken by cycling pizza delivery riders on one Friday night in Manhattan. Each rider's shift lasts eight to nine hours, in which time they can deliver between 30 and 40 pizzas all over the city

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Secret corpse flights, pizza boy delivery routes and the daily commute: Stunning aerial images reveal never-before-seen side of America

Linked in: The vast array of towers across the U.S. that enable almost anyone to communicate or connect to the internet, wirelessly

This beautiful image of Toronto might look like an album cover for an 80s synthpop band, but it's actually a visual representation of every traffic light-controlled intersection in the city. A pinpoint of light for every set of lights. The image (full-size version here) was created using information from the city's open data portal by William Davis, a Reddit user. Late last year Davis used city data to track infilling along the downtown waterfront.