NASA's New Blue Marble More than Iconic

NASA's New Blue Marble More than Iconic

A new Blue Marble image, patterned after one of the most famous and reproduced photos of all time, a 1972 photo from Apollo 17, is the first fully illuminated snapshot of Earth captured by the DSCOVR satellite, a joint NASA, NOAA and U.S. Air Force mission almost two decades in the making.

NASA's New Blue Marble

NASA's New Blue Marble

This Blue Marble image is the first fully illuminated snapshot of Earth captured by the DSCOVR satellite, which will capture and transmit full images of Earth every few hours. The information will help examine a range of Earth properties, such as ozone and aerosol levels, cloud coverage, and vegetation density, supporting a number of climate-science applications.

NOAA's Deep Space Satellite Reaches Final Orbit

NOAA's Deep Space Satellite Reaches Final Orbit

More than 100 days after launch, NOAA's Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite reached its orbit position about 1 million miles from Earth. It will be the United States' first operational space-weather satellite in deep space.

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