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This image of Expo Milano 2015, collected by the Deimos-2 satellite on March 23, 2015, shows a white stretch of structures in Milan, Italy. The expo runs through the end of October.

This image of Expo Milano 2015, collected by the Deimos-2 satellite on March 23, 2015, shows a white stretch of structures in Milan, Italy. The expo runs through the end of October.

The Expo Milano universal exhibition takes place during a six-month period from May through October. This year’s global showcase of 140 participating countries is focused on “Feeding the Planet,” with a goal to “guarantee healthy, safe and efficient food for everyone while respecting the planet and its equilibrium.”

Located about nine kilometers northwest of the center of Milan, Italy, the 2015 Expo area can mainly be identified by a white stretch of structures shading the main street, the Decumano. On either side of the 1.5-km-long Decumano are the national pavilions of the participating countries.

 

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