By Xeni Jardin at 10:33 am Fri, Aug 26, 2011
From NASA and NOAA, a "Full Disk Image of Earth" captured from the GOES-13 satellite on August 26, 2011. Hurricane Irene (NASA info page here) is now almost one-third the size of the US East Coast.
Larger image here, Flickr.
Neat! About 2/3rd between Florida and Africa you can see the next tropical depression.
Can we say…”The end times are upon us”. God warned us all about this in the Bible.
What a beautiful blue orb.
Yikes… this thing looks like it’s bigger than all of Germany…
that’s what she said
Maybe I’m bias, but we have the prettiest planet in our solar system.
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