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The abstract beauty of dunes seen from space

By Johnny Simon
Published Last updated This article is more than 2 years old.

Powerful imaging satellites and photos from the International Space Station can offer a wide look at the entire planet, but they can also zoom into details of the earth’s surface. Seen from the distance of space, the intricate formations of our planet’s sand dunes actually come into sharper focus.

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