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nasa

9 months ago 


Earth is beautiful a blue from space! From the International Space Station ( @iss ) astronaut Shane Kimbrough ( @astro_kimbrough ) posted this image and wrote, 'Wishing everyone on Earth a Happy New Year from 250 miles above our planet!' Image Credit: NASA #nasa #space #iss #astronauts #earth
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  • havitzkotjakvic

    6 months ago

    Flat earth cough cough

  • evandrolimpio

    6 months ago

    Fake

  • kreamycrispy

    6 months ago

    @megan.kendrick if this was a real photo the where is Antarctica? Should be right in the pic but it's not?

  • kreamycrispy

    6 months ago

    Not a single star in the sky! Lmao must be a star free camera! NASA your time is up.

  • megan.kendrick

    6 months ago

    @sirhc_recneps Antarctica isn't in the picture because it's not a photo of the whole earth. It's just a partial photo, meaning that some places are going to be left out. And you can't see the stars in the photo because the earth is reflecting enough light that the cameras can't pick up the faint light from the stars.

  • kreamycrispy

    6 months ago

    @megan.kendrick it's the bottom of the earth photo? So what your saying is there is no land whatsoever at the bottom of the earth? Also this "camera" that took this photo also takes photos of other planets! So if it can take photos of other planets(stars) why can't it catch just 1 of the BILLIONS of stars in the galaxy?

  • kreamycrispy

    6 months ago

    @megan.kendrick also if the earth is reflecting sooo much light from the sun then why can't you see any reflection off of the satellite?

  • megan.kendrick

    6 months ago

    @sirhc_recneps this could easily be a picture of the side of the earth. It's just the way that the picture is oriented. And the only reason that you can see the part of the iss, or anything for that matter, is because of the reflection of light. Simple science, really. You can't see a sun glare off of the structure because it's obviously shaded by the rest of the structure. And yes, the camera can take pictures of stars, but in this particular picture, the earth is brighter than the stars are.

  • megan.kendrick

    6 months ago

    @sirhc_recneps your comment is a little confusing so I'll just do a little recap. The sun shines onto the earth, which then reflects light back onto the camera, as well as onto the panels of the iss. Light can reflect off multiple surfaces, which is how we see everything around us. It's not magic, it's just science. And what kind of "experiment" was this?

  • seannn_don

    6 months ago

    @jemanno fisheye?

  • aryorachmad

    6 months ago

    Its Flat Or No?

  • amz_181

    6 months ago

    Why do people believe this? So glad I found out the truth before becoming deluded.... Also how can people post this knowing themselves it is fake?, what a sad way to live your lifeπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • twisty_

    6 months ago

    @a_berkk49 πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • dih_ngegas

    5 months ago

    Where the stars?

  • awake_individual

    5 months ago

    Where are all the other satellites?

  • arah.kiblat

    5 months ago

    Ah editan

  • fach.rez

    5 months ago

    🌍 ?

  • mark_e1_

    5 months ago

    Again another fake nasa cgi picture

  • paptaldes

    4 months ago

    Fake

  • chromeboy11

    4 months ago

    @aditya_404found do you know how photos work? They let light in. The stars on the background won't appear with all of the light on the foreground. Ever go outside at night from a well lit room and look up and see the stars immediately? No. Your eyes have to adjust to let light in. Same principle here... Btw. The earth is a globe.

  • chromeboy11

    4 months ago

    @awake_individual many miles above the space station...

  • dih_ngegas

    4 months ago

    @chromeboy11 okay, but where the others satelite? is the light make they hidden too?

  • chromeboy11

    4 months ago

    @aditya_404found many miles above space station

  • lucian_aka_l.i

    4 months ago

    @chromeboy11 wrong, stars should be visible, it is in their other pics of other planets ... also you should be able to see the satellites next to the space station ... stop spreading lies

  • chromeboy11

    4 months ago

    @lucian_aka_l.i lol. Start using your brain. The light and reflection from the planets are not right next to the camera. Also, The satellites are many miles above the space station. Stop spreading idiocy.

  • chromeboy11

    4 months ago

    @megan.kendrick how hard is that concept!!!??? (Earth reflecting light that you mentioned) ... Some people are such morons...

  • lucian_aka_l.i

    4 months ago

    @chromeboy11 keep believing in that, it might make you feel better lol how simple is it to understand that the amount of lights in the sky should be in the background regardless ... it's clear as day that it's cgi, once you accept that then maybe youl be free from slavery , you a slave defending their magical forces like gravity

  • chromeboy11

    4 months ago

    Lol. Maybe you can jump up to the top of the dome and take some pictures since there's no gravity. Or better yet sneak your way through the global military to the ice wall and get some pictures of said wall. Gmab. You flat earthers get more ridiculous with every sentence.

  • anunnaki_1999

    4 months ago

    CGI

  • happylifeworld_travel

    3 months ago

    🚁🚁🚁

  • apaydinmina

    2 months ago

    Incredible

  • iknaqonita

    2 months ago

    @arrahji

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