These fantastic views of what appears to be a wonderland have been captured by European Space Agency (ESA). Coming across as some very stunning views, these images present a satellites-eye-view of our planet.
Here’s What the South Pole of Mars Looks Like
South Pole of Mars is a region of permanently frozen ice, that happens to get additional layers of frozen carbon dioxide (dry ice) every winter. As the summer progresses, much of the dry ice goes away, but the water stays. Bill Dunford rendered this image of the Martian South Pole using various images captured by …
Gravity diagram shows our planet in bad looks
This satellite image of the earth creted by the European Space Agency paints a very unflattering picture of our planet. Don’t worry our home isn’t that ugly, the image is a model called geoid, which considers what our earth would look like if its shape was altered to make the pull of gravity equal at every point. The image was developed using data from Gravity and Ocean Circulation Explorer, or Goce satellite, which circles the earth in an orbit above 250 kilometers from the ground.