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12 May Pictures from the Elektro-L No.1 Russian weather satellite of Earth are the highest-detail images yet, and come in at megapixels. The color. 18 Jul A new image taken by the Russian weather satellite, Elektro-L is giving us a different perspective of the Earth. Unlike the “Blue Marble” images. 14 May - 1 min From over kilometers away, Russian weather satellite Elektro-L 1 has been capturing.
14 May The colors on the megapixel photo are quite different from the ones on NASA's photos of Earth. To capture the image, the satellite. 1 Dec This perspective is quite different from NASA's pictures, Elektro-L No.1 Russian weather satellite generated megapixel images that seize. 15 May The colours on the megapixel photo are quite different from the ones on NASA's photos of Earth. To capture the image, the satellite.
14 May We're starting to think the Russians have an inside track on high-resolution space photos. When Nokia's megapixel photo of Earth's horizon. 10 May It's the highest resolution image of our home planet, megapixels. According to Robert Simmon-a scientist at the NASA Earth Observatory. 11 May Full-disk image of Earth from Russia's Elektro-L satellite. the full disk of our planet in captured as a single, enormous megapixel image. This perspective is quite different from NASA's pictures, Elektro-L No.1 Russian weather satellite generated megapixel images that seize spectacular view of . 24 May Russia's ELECTRO-L weather satellite has used its megapixel sensors to send home the highest-resolution set of space pics yet.
Unlike the “Blue Marble” images common to NASA-taken images, where multiple photos are snapped from several flybys stitched together, this megapixel. 11 May This is THE definitive image of planet Earth: Satellite captures all of our globe in one stunning, million-megapixel shot. By Eddie Wrenn for. Earth from Space/ Electro-L Weather Satellite/ The images are the largest whole disk images of our planet, each image is megapixels, and the resolution is. There's been a long history of NASA-provided "Blue Marble" images of Earth, but now we're New Russian satellite takes megapixel photos of earth.