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This image taken over part of northeast Greenland's coast combines three images from Sentinel-1A's radar on 15 February, 10 March and 3 April 2016. The shades of grey on the left side of the image depict the static landmass, while the colours on the right show changes in sea-ice type and cover between the three radar scans.
Tim Peake: Makes me hungry for Key Lime Pie just looking at this #Florida Credits: ESA/NASA Larger image
A meteorite on the blue ice field in the Miller Range in Antarctica. Credit: NASA/Cindy Evans Larger image
The Sentinel-2A satellite takes us over to central western Namibia, an area surrounding the Namib Naukluft Park, in this image taken on 28 January 2016.
Sentinel-1B's first data strip stretches 600 km from 80°N degrees through the Barents Sea.
Tim Peake: I'm guessing there was an impressive storm going on under that cumulonimbus cloud! Credits: ESA/NASA larger image
The Operational Land Imager (OLI) on NASA's Landsat 8 satellite acquired this large natural-color image showing a view of the Caspian Sea around the Tyuleniy Archipelago on April 16, 2016.
The second Sentinel-1 satellite - Sentinel-1B - was launched today to provide more 'radar vision' for Europe's environmental Copernicus program.
On April 20, 2016, the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on the Landsat 8 satellite acquired these images of the Rocky Mount fire in Virginia.
Many large glaciers in Greenland are at greater risk of melting from below than previously thought, according to new maps of the seafloor around Greenland created by an international research team.
This Composite image of tropical cyclone Twenty (Amos) is from 09:00 UTC on Wednesday, 20 April 2016.
This image of early ice breakup of the Beaufort Sea, north of Alaska, was taken by the Suomi NPP satellite's Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) instrument infrared channel, at around 1148 UTC on April 13, 2016.
This composite image of the Mt Brandberg Nature Reserve in Nambia, Africa was put together from several International Space Station images.
Captured by crew members of Expedition 47 on the International Space Station, this composite picture of the Bahamas islands was compiled by NASA at the Johnson Space Center.
The Middle East is seen from 250 miles above in this photo from the International Space Station.
Tim Peake: I always try & catch this stunning view of Cuba, Florida and the Bahamas when we pass the Yucatan Basin. Larger image
Multiple satellites, including Europe's Sentinels, have captured images of two large icebergs that broke away from Antarctica's Nansen ice shelf on 7 April.
The Sentinel-1A satellite takes us over to Ireland, in this multi-temporal colour composite of land coverage across the island. With a coastline of 7500 km, Ireland is home to some 4.8 million people and a wealth of history and tradition.
Tim Kopra @Astro_Tim "Currents and waves off the Baja coast. @Space_Station #Mexico #Explore" iss047e002034 (03/04/2016) - Larger image
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