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Jan Staller "On Planet Earth"

Jan Staller is a New York based Photographer.

121 megapixel shot of Earth. Not a composite. One shot. Gorgeous.

This is THE definitive image of planet Earth: Satellite captures all of our globe in one stunning, 121million-megapixel shot

This magnificent image is a portrait of the Earth taken in one single shot. At 121 megapixels, it is the highest resolution image of the planet ever and was taken by the geostationary Russian weather satellite the Electro-L.

A photograph of Planet Earth taken on August 7. 2012 by the new Meteostat Second Generation (MSG-3) satellite. WOAH

Earth's magnetic field is singing. This is what it sounds like.

delivers first image The first image of Earth captured by Europe’s latest weather satellite. Acquired on 7 August 2012 by its Spinning Enhanced Visible and Infrared Imager (SEVIRI).

It’s ten years since David Attenborough and the BBC gave the world Planet Earth but now they’re back with Planet Earth II. Here is some amazing wildlife photography to show why it's worth watching.

14 pictures that prove you need to watch David Attenborough's Planet Earth II

The original BBC series was one of the first blockbuster high-definition TV shows. A decade later, drones and light-weight steady cams give viewers a front-row view of nature& majesty and fragility.

Locket Necklace World Globe Map Jewelry Locket Necklace Planet Earth Jewelry Brass Gold on Long Chain Galaxy Turquoise Ocean Sea

Locket Necklace World Globe Map Jewelry Locket Necklace Planet Earth Jewelry Brass Gold on Long Chain Galaxy Turquoise Ocean Sea

BBC series Planet Earth II will be unparalleled, says Attenborough Omg, the new season was phenomenal!!

BBC series Planet Earth II will be unparalleled, says Attenborough

A hatchling marine iguana sits on the head of an adult at Cape Douglas, on the island of Fernandina. Marine iguanas are unique to the islands of the Galapagos

On July 19, NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured a rare image of Saturn's rings and our planet Earth and its moon.

This Is What The Earth Looks Like From A Billion Miles Away

On July NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured a rare image of Saturn's rings and our planet Earth and its moon. The latest attempt at the Pale Blue Dot photo but closer and with much better equipment and perspective.

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