Spaceborne Perspectives: Earth’s Water From Above

Distancing the View to the World’s Fresh Water to Get to Know It Better

The spaceborne satellites and radars of the the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the European Space Agency (ESA) capture scores of true- and false-color images of the Earth’s water every day. These dazzling photos and composite images offer a unique new perspective on the river basins, lakes and glaciers of the world.

The world’s water as we don’t know it. Images courtesy of NASA and ESA.


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