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Motion artist Páraic Mc Gloughlin compiled a collection of thousands of satellite images captured by Google Earth, transforming the top-down view of Earth’s landscapes, roads, and structures into a dizzying work of modern art.

NASA Aerosol Simulation

NASA Aerosol Simulation

A fascinating simulation created by a team of scientists at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. The animation approximates the movements of smoke, sea salt, and dust as they traveled around the globe due to storms and wind currents in 2017. Original video here.

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(Flashing Images) Adnaan takes us on a dizzying tour of several very different locales around our globe, assembled from over 4,000 satellite images from Google Earth, set to the track Midnight by Caravan Palace. The crop circles look like spinning turntables to us.

Tailgater Portable Satellite Dish

Tailgater Portable Satellite Dish
$350-$500  Buy Comment

This satellite antenna automatically aims itself so you can watch DISH satellite channels on the road. Plus, there’s a pay-as-you-go plan so you only pay for the months you use it. Supports both SD and HD programming.


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