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13 Perspective-Shattering Photos Taken From Space Of Our Teeny Lil Planet

Small reminder that we live on a dot.

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3. And this is a picture of Earth taken from a distance of 633,000 km (almost 400,000 miles) away.

It was taken by the Rosetta satellite in 2009, and you can kind of see Antarctica there (the packed ice on the coastline creates the super bright spots you see).


13. And finally, here is a picture of Earth taken from 4 billion miles away — the greatest distance from which a picture has ever been taken of ~us~.

This post was translated from German.