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Earth's Night Side from GEO at 90 West Longitude

Earth's Night Side

Image showing the night side illumination of Earth's full disk as observed from 90 degrees West longitude, very near the orbital slot to be occupied by the first AVStar. The data was compiled by Dr. Woody Sullivan, Univ. of Washington, from DMSP satellite observations.


Earth's Day and Night Sides

Caribbean Hurricane (Narrow Field Camera)

Caribbean Hurricane Wide Field Camera)

On the Road Again
You are driving to an interview in another state. The route the company gave you takes you through unfamiliar territory, and an electrical storm seems to be following your every move. Looking for cover, or at least relief, you are growing increasingly nervous about the unbelievable bolts of lightning, cracks of thunder, and a downpour so thick you can barely see in front of you. This road seems to be surrounded by nothing but rural farmland. If you take an exit, you’re not sure you’ll just head directly into the center of the storm rather than away from it. Which way do you turn?

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