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Planetary albedo
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07/11/12
Ocean from STS-05
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07/11/12
Zagros Mountains in Western Iran
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07/22/12
Noctilucent clouds
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08/13/12
Methane and water at the top of the atmosphere
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08/13/12

Phosphorus cycle
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08/21/12
Moruroa Atoll
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09/11/12
First image of ozone hole magnitude
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09/18/12
Cluster in aligned magnetic field
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10/24/12
Cluster magnetopause boundary layers
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10/24/12

Dust in Zhangye
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11/01/12
Morocco Dust
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11/01/12
Mars-like Morocco
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11/01/12
Solar eclipse from ISS
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11/06/12
Solar eclipse shadow
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11/06/12

Volcanic acidity spikes
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11/06/12
Relative humidity over Africa
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11/09/12
Shadow from an eclipse
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12/02/12
Northern California coast
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12/06/12
Landfall rates of Typhoons
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12/13/12

Typhoon Imbudo
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12/13/12
Typhoon Odessa
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12/13/12
Typhoon tracks
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12/13/12
Clouds in the sky
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01/29/13
Plunging temperatures
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02/16/13

Core from the West Antarctic Ice Sheet Divide
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03/08/13
West Antarctic Ice Sheet Divide ice core barrel
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03/08/13
Ice core in the barrel
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03/08/13
Temperatures from Aqua satellite
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05/01/13
Environmental variable system
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06/18/13

Marine debris accumulation locations in the North Pacific Ocean
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07/01/13
Clouds exert a major influence on Earth¹s climate. If clouds only cooled the planet by reflecting solar energy back to space, Earth would completely ice over.
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07/05/13
North Atlantic Ocean Gulf Stream
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07/14/13
A large aquamarine-colored plankton bloom
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07/14/13
Summer marine phytoplankton bloom
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07/14/13

Phytoplankton bloom in the Northwest Pacific Ocean off the coast of Hokkaido, Japan
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07/15/13
Pair of bright star-like features - the Earth and Moon
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07/24/13
Image from the Terra (EOS AM) and Aqua (EOS PM) satellites
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07/30/13
Last ice age
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08/11/13
Floodplains in southwestern Queensland, September 26, 2009
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08/22/13

Floodplains in southwestern Queensland, March 26, 2011
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08/22/13
An artist's view into the center of the Earth
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09/19/13
In September 2012, NASA's Van Allen Probes observed the radiation belts around Earth had settled into a new configuration, separating into three belts instead of two
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09/30/13
Still from a video that shows the extent to which the land acted as a source of carbon in the atmosphere
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10/19/13
Still from a representation of human influence on the land spread from 1862-2005
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10/19/13

The image of Earth on the left is very close to what is be seen by the human eye. For the image on the right, a red component was substituted that shows near infra-red colors. The vegetation in the Amazon basin produces the red color in this image. Image credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Carnegie Institution of Washington
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10/27/13
Absorption spectrum of chl a. Image credit: University of Wisconsin-Madison
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10/27/13
Showers of high energy particles occur when energetic cosmic rays strike the top of the Earth's atmosphere. Most cosmic rays are atomic nuclei: most are hydrogen nuclei, some are helium nuclei, and the rest heavier elements. Although many of the low energy cosmic rays come from our Sun, the origins of the highest energy cosmic rays remains unknown and a topic of much research. This drawing illustrates air showers from very high energy cosmic rays. Image Credit: Simon Swordy (U. Chicago), NASA
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11/01/13
Artist’s depiction of a nearby Gamma Ray Burst impact with Earth. A brown cloud of nitrogen dioxide forms as a result of the high-energy photons interacting with the air. Image Credit: NASA
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11/01/13
Earth’s magnetic shield does provide some protection from radiation. Image Credit: EPA
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11/01/13

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