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La Terra come arte, le immagini più belle dai satelliti NASA: Gennaio 2013.

Da Immaginidelmondo

NASA_logoOgni giorno la Nasa mostra sul suo sito una foto dell’universo scattata il giorno stesso.

 

Ecco le foto più belle del mese di Febbraio 2013.

 

Una "medusa" in Madagascar. Le spettacolari immagini delle aurore islandesi, l'ultima missione dello Shuttle, le foto degli astronauti a bordo della Iss e molto altro.

 

Come al solito, la NASA continua a spingere più in là i confini dello spazio conosciuto, con i suoi ultra-avanzati strumenti e mostrandoci nuovi impressionanti paesaggi.

 

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Rivelando i segreti di Marte e riuscendo a stupirci con nuove incredibili immagini della Terra.

 

La NASA ha diffuso delle bellissime foto satellitari che mostrano la Terra in una versione inedita e notturna.

 

I vari continenti e stati sono facilmente riconoscibili, essendo il loro profilo evidenziato dall’illuminazione artificiale che permette anche di individuare alcune delle più grandi città del mondo e le principali vie di comunicazione. Immagini decisamente pittoresche che l’agenzia spaziale statunitense ha deciso di ribattezzare come “Marmo Nero”.

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Northern Mercury
Credit: NASA / JHU Applied Physics Lab / Carnegie Inst. Washington

 

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The Gegenschein Over Chile
Image Credit & Copyright: Yuri Beletsky (ESO)

 

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A Quadruple Lunar Halo Over Spain
Image Credit & Copyright: Dani Caxete

 

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In the Center of Saturn's North Polar Vortex
Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

 

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Plasma Jets from Radio Galaxy Hercules A
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, S. Baum & C. O'Dea (RIT), R. Perley and W. Cotton (NRAO/AUI/NSF), 

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47 Tuc Near the Small Magellanic Cloud
Image Credit & Copyright: Ivan Eder

 

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Earth at Night
Image Credit : NASA, NOAA NGDC, Suomi-NPP, Earth Observatory,

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Baku Moonrise
Image Credit & Copyright: Tunç Tezel (TWAN)

 

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The Astronaut Who Captured a Satellite
Image Credit: STS-51A, NASA

 

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NGC 604: Giant Stellar Nursery
Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, ESA, NASA; Processing - Donald Waid

 

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Milky Way Over Quiver Tree Forest
Image Credit & Copyright: Florian Breuer

 

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Apollo 17: A Stereo View from Lunar Orbit
Image Credit: Gene Cernan, Apollo 17, NASA; Anaglyph by Patrick Vantuyne

 

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Umbra World
Image Credit & Copyright: Dennis L. Mammana (TWAN)

 

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When Gemini Sends Stars to Paranal
Image Credit & Copyright: Stéphane Guisard (Los Cielos de America), TWAN

 

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MWC 922: The Red Square Nebula
Image Credit & Copyright: Peter Tuthill (Sydney U.) & James Lloyd (Cornell)

 

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NGC 922: Collisional Ring Galaxy
Image Credit: NASA, ESA; Acknowledgement: Nick Rose

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