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Earth Space Science

Russian Satellite Takes Most Detailed 121-Megapixel Image of Earth Yet 123

Diggester writes "The satellite, known as Elektro-L No.1, took an image from its stationary point over 35,000 kilometers above the Indian Ocean. This is the most detailed image of the Earth yet available, capturing the Earth in a single shot with 121-megapixels. NASA satellites use a collection of pictures from multiple flybys stitched together. The detail in the pic is just amazing."

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Russian Satellite Takes Most Detailed 121-Megapixel Image of Earth Yet

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