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Christmas Mountains Wrapped in Holiday Colors
Christmas Mountains Wra...
Decked out in reds, gre...<a href="http://www-misr.jpl.nasa.gov"></a>
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Birth of a Large Iceberg in Pine Island Bay, Antarctica
Birth of a Large Iceber...
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Southern Québec in Late Winter
Southern Québec in Late...
These images of Canada'...
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Smoke over Sumatra, Indonesia
Smoke over Sumatra, Ind...
At least once a year fo...
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Red Tide Strands South African Rock Lobsters
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A Vortex Street in the Arctic
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Marine stratocumulus cl...<a href="http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/Help/VendorList.html#Glasses"></a>
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Eos Chaos Rocks
Eos Chaos Rocks
11 January 2006 This Ma...
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MISR's First Views of James Bay, Canada
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St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis, Missouri
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Multi-angle Portrayals of Mt. Etna's Plume
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A Strengthening Eastern Pacific Storm
A Strengthening Eastern...
These July 11, 2006 ima...
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MISR Images Northeastern Botswana
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Smoke Plume Dispersal from the World Trade Center Disaster
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Smoke Plume Dispersal from the World Trade Center Disaster
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MISR Images Zambia and Botswana
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MISR Images Wildfires in Northwestern US
MISR Images Wildfires i...
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MISR Views Northern Australia
MISR Views Northern Aus...
MISR images of tropical...
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MISR Views the Big Island of Hawaii
MISR Views the Big Isla...
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MISR Views Southern California
MISR Views Southern Cal...
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MISR View of Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada
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MISR Views Hurricane Carlotta
MISR Views Hurricane Ca...
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MISR Images Forest Fires and Hurricane
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Hurricane Jeanne Cloud Height and Motion
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After causing widesprea...
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Tracking Hurricane Wilma Across the Caribbean
Tracking Hurricane Wilm...
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Hurricane Lili Heads for Louisiana Landfall
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MISR Views Delaware Bay, Chesapeake Bay, and the Appalachian Mountains
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Nicaraguan Volcanoes, 26 February 2000
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Multi-Angle View of the Canary Islands
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A multi-angle view of t...
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Dust Shrouds the Eastern Mediterranean
Dust Shrouds the Easter...
On October 18, 2002, a ...
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MISR Views Florida
MISR Views Florida
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Multi-Angle Views of the Appalachian Mountains, 6 March 2000
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Multi-angle Images of Hudson Bay and James Bay, Canada, 24 February 2000
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International Space Sta...
2004-04-03 0:0:0
 
Description ISS007-E-08562 (June 2003) --- This picture was downlinked from the International Space Station by NASA ISS science officer Edward T. Lu, with the following note: "This is a screen shot of the computer program we use to tell where we are. The places labeled EOS are locations that scientists have requested photos of. Godzilla is shown for scale.
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Description ISS01-E-5113 (December 2000) --- This scene on the remote, rugged Argentine/Chilean border in the far southern Andes Mountains offers numerous, dramatic examples of both erosional processes and features of ice and water. The sharp, glaciated crest of the Cerro San Lorenzo (center) exceeds 12,000 feet and casts a long shadow southeastward. Glaciers on its western flank flow into the valley. Lago Pueyrredon, and the other lakes visible here, have been excavated by geologically "recent" episodes of glacier erosion, when glaciers extended all the way onto the lowland plains (top right). Since the last melting of the glaciers, scientists estimate about 15,000 years ago, three distinct "fan-deltas" have formed where rivers flow into the lake. Counterclockwise currents in the lake, driven by strong winds from the west, have generated thin sand spits from each fan-delta. The largest spit (attached to the largest fan-delta, see right arrow) has isolated an approximately 10-kilometer long segment of the south end of the lake. This river, which has constructed the large fan, presently discharges turbid water to this isolated basin, giving it a lighter color than the rest of the lake. This Digital Still Camera photo was taken from the International Space Station, in December 2000 (late spring for this part of the world) when most of the previous winter's snow had melted below an altitude of 6,000 feet. Little evidence of man's presence can be found in this rough, desolate region. Glacial data collected over the past 50 years indicate that small ice bodies are disappearing at accelerated rates. (EOS, vol 81, no. 24, June 13, 2000) Predictions are that large fluctuations in land ice, with significant implications to society, are possible in the coming decades and centuries due to natural and anthropogenic climate change. Before glacial data can be used to address critical problems pertaining to the world's economic and environmental health, more detailed information about such glaciers is needed. Images like this from the International Space Station can be added to those taken from satellites (Landsat-7, instruments on the Terra satellite launched in 1999) to build data sets of glaciers in remote areas around the world.
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