With Northumberland in the UK being named as a great place to see the stars here are some stunning images of the earth from space.
Some amazing changes of perspective
I visited the University of Torino in 2007 to speak with the team developing UAVs for the World Food Program. Since then, I’ve bought and tested two small UAVs of my own so I can use this new technology to capture aerial imagery during disasters; like the footage below from the Philippines. 452 more words
Occasionally the Huffington Post will post something interesting, like this series of pictures they’re grabbing from DigitalGlobe’s Getty Images page. So, if you don’t have or desire a Facebook or Getty Image account, thank Huffington Post, and look at some great pictures of things on Earth’s surface taken from DigitalGlobe’s polar Low Earth Orbiting satellites. 113 more words
I always like to see the link between the clouds that I can see out the window and the clouds that I can see in a visible satellite image, and this morning at around 0730 when I saw a thin sliver of stratocumulus very low on the eastern horizon with a very marked edge to it I thought I’d write a blog. 120 more words