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IN Science & Technology ON 21 Oct, 2015
Get ready to have an unprecedented look at our home planet from a million miles away.
NASA is now featuring the amazing photographs of the planet earth daily that are taken from one million miles apart. Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) captures the pictures each day with a super high-resolution device called Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera. Isn't it so cool?
NASA has started publishing daily photographs of Earth via its website. The photgraphs are taken everyday from a million miles away.
NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden said: "This first DSCOVR image of our planet demonstrates the unique and important benefits of Earth observation from space."
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