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25 January 2013

A unique view of our planet

Hi readers, 

Today I'd like to share with you a selection of photographs taken by Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield that he posted on his twitter account. These landscape photo's that were taken from the International Space Station show the dramatically different conditions found across the planet.  

An image of the Australian outback and the redness of it's iron rich soil appearing more vivid from space.

Pakistan's south coast glittering in the sunlight.

A climate boarder created by a snowstorm in the southwest of the United States of America.

Finally the chaotic conditions of the Canadian east coast over land and sea are clear to see.

NewScientist magazine suggest these bleak landscape photographs resemble abstract paintings. I'm not convinced, but these images do give a very unique view of our planet. 

Thanks for reading.

Ryan Blackburn / Media Productions

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