"There's always something new to see": the statues tell a 4.5-billion year story
Despite how big the person is doing? success or failure in attempts to find out what the most distant places do; left place, we should all sit back and look at the sight we have on our side; Our planet, NASA's goal today, tweeted on pictures of scattered scenes from the "Icelandic Sky" sky, to make rivers in Brazil, salt saucers in Australia, and Fog is buried in snow hills. "The pictures, part of a book called Earth & # 39; NASA's Earth Science Department, to look back at the #A; We are "blue marble", which is still "much visible and monitored," according to the website.
"We measure elements, gauges, energy, and slopes to move on, and around the Earth. And as artists, we will analyze the -sell-how it is to split, appear, cut, and enter and change, "a & # 39; Writer Michael Carlowicz Editor of NASA World Theater, in the book's introduction.
The statues tell a 4.5-billion year-old planet story, Mr Carlowicz argues that "always something new" see "about land, wind, water, ice and sky because they can only see from above. "
In this tweet, NASA will share the introductory and beautiful texture of Earth together with the accounts of authors, philosophy, scientists and poets, who, across different times, appreciate the beauty of the Earth.
Sit back and take a special tour of birds all over the world, from burning lava fields in Iceland, to bring rivers in Brazil, gather salt saucers in Australia, and smoke on buried in the Vancouver hills. Sink in: https://t.co/crTJ75IQ3zpic.twitter.com/wMkk8CZtyQ
– NASA (@ NASA) February 24, 2019
Among the pictures included, is & # 39; Earth & # 39; introducing "curved clouds" of Brazil and Bolivia, a "glorious" and "Pacific", "United States" raffles, "runners up the wave" of Mauritiana, "which Shutdown "of China, the" Field Lava Holuhraun "in Icelandic among many others.
Identifying how Explorer 1 was set back together, there is & # 39; Earth & NASA also recognizes the advancement of science and technology that has enabled its evaluation; planet with her poets and philosophy.
Land & # 39; Announces TS Eliot appropriately in an attempt to get his point.
"We will not stop from searching, and all research will come to an end where we started and know the place for the first time," said the statement from TS Eliot, a section from her poem & Little Gidding &