Highest Resolution Image of Earth Yet

"Unlike NASA's Blue Marble—which is a composite made from many different photographs—this is a portrait of Earth taken in one single shot. It's the highest resolution image of our home planet, 121 megapixels. That's an amazing 0.62 miles per pixel."

(in the Russia channel b/c the photo was taken by Russia's latest weather satellite, the Electro-L)

The colors reveal the benefit of owning that sector. Yellow sectors are Energy producers. Green sectors are Food producers. Brown sectors are Metal producers. You need to own at least one Brown sector and two Yellow sectors to build a Star Destroyer.


From YouTube description: "The images are taken in four different wavelengths of light, three visible, and one infrared. The infrared light appears orange in these images, and shows vegetation."

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Highest Resolution Image of Earth Yet

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