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Earth
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Earth
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Distant View of Earth
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Conceptual image of oil spilling out over the earth.
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Illustration of tidal forces on the earth.
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Diagram of a volcano.
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Illustration of a volcanic eruption.
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Artwork of Earth against a starry background as seen from just above the surface of the moon.
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Computer-generated conceptual image showing the Earth with the Polar caps detaching.
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Computer-generated conceptual image depicting a map of the world as a sardine can, with the cover being peeled back to reveal color.
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Three illustrations showing the crumpling and wearing of the earth over geologic time. At top can be seen the great crumples and folds in the early crust of the earth, with molten igneous rock forced into them, and in one place bursting through. The middle illustration shows the folds many years later when rain, rivers, frost and wind have greatly worn them down. The bottom image shows folds in modern times still more worn down, showing valleys, hills, sea and soil.
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View of earth from space
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View of earth from space
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Major ocean currents. False color map of the world, showing the major ocean currents. These are seen as red patches. At top left is the Kiro Shio current off the coast of Japan. At lower left is the west Australian current. At top center, off the coast of North America, is the Gulf Stream; its Southern Hemisphere counterpart, the Brazil current, is at bottom center. Extending below Africa's Cape of Good Hope at bottom right is the Agulhas current. This image was compiled from radar altimetry data gathered by the US Navy Geosat satellite in 1987-1988.
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PHOTO: MIKOLAJ URBANOWSKI/EAST NEWS 01.02.2010 JASKINIA STAJNIA - JURA KRAKOWSKO-CZESTOCHOWSKA. POLSCY NAUKOWCY Z UNIWERSYTETOW SZCZECINSKIEGO I WROCLAWSKIEGO POKAZALI PIERWSZE SZCZATKI NEANDERTALCZYKA Z TERENOW NASZEGO KRAJU. W JASKINI STAJNIA (JURA KRAKOWSKO-CZESTOCHOWSKA) ZNALEZIONY ZOSTAL ZAB TRZONOWY CZLOWIEKA NEANDERTALSKIEGO, KTORY JEST PIERWSZYM DOWODEM NA WYSTEPOWANIE NEANDERTALCZYKOW NA POLNOC OD KARPAT. BADANIA W JASKINII STAJNIA SA PROWADZONE OD 2006 ROKU. ODKRYCIA DOKONALI NAUKOWCY Z ZAKLADU ARCHEOLOGII INSTYTUTU HISTORII I STOSUNKOW MIEDZYNARODOWYCH UNIWERSYTETU SZCZECINSKIEGO POD KIERUNKIEM DR MIKOLAJA URBANOWSKIEGO. NZ/ TROJWYMIAROWY MODEL STANOWISKA W JASKINI STAJNIA
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/PHOTO RESEARCHERS TECTONIC PLATES
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY Tides on Europa. Diagram showing the gravitational flexion (tidal stretching) of Europa (blue) by two other satellites (grey) of Jupiter. The stretching is maximal at the points of closest approach to Io (left) and Ganymede (right). The tidal stretching slightly distorts Europa's shape from a sphere to an ovoid shape. This produces internal heat inside Europa, and may help to maintain an ocean of water under its icy surface. It may also account for the cracked appearance of this icy crust. Io, Europa and Ganymede are all tidally-locked by Jupiter, with one face facing Jupiter. They are also locked into resonant orbits, with Io orbiting four times for two Europa orbits and one Ganymede orbit.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY False-colour TIROS-N satellite image of the Earth, showing temperature anomalies in the troposphere during the 1983 Pacific "El Nino" event. Red areas correspond to regions where the temperature is higher than the long-term average, while blue areas indicate regions whose temperatures are lower than the long-term average. The red area over the Pacific, off the coast of South America, is associated with the El Nino wind patterns. This climatic phenomenon recurs roughly every ten years, causing major changes in ocean circulation and severely affecting climate and biological productivity. Data provided by Spencer and Christy, NASA/MSFC.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY Earth's 3-D cloud cover. Coloured composite image of the Earth, showing surface temperature (various colours) and three-dimensional (3-D) cloud cover (white). It was created by integrating multiple satellite data, and is the first representation of the Earth's cloud cover in three dimensions. It combines electromagnetic, spectroscopic and thermal measurements of cloud cover and land and sea temperatures. Temperature is colour-coded, from red (high) through to dark blue (low). The warm water current of El Nino in the Pacific Ocean is clearly seen (red band at centre). Red areas seen on the land masses of North and South America (green/brown) represent forest fires.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY Computer-generated 3-dimensional model of temperature and soil moisture differences due to global warming. The blue band at the top indicates the stratospheric levels where the air has cooled by more than 2 Celsius, the red lower band shows regions where low-level air has warmed by more than 5 Celsius. The green patches on the surface show increased soil moisture (more than 1cm increase in rain per 3 month period), the smaller bright yellow patches show decreased soil moisture (more than 1cm decrease). This model is the mean of values calculated for December-February, 15-19 years into the model. The model assumes twice the current levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide.

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