Incredible photos of Earth from the European Space Agency
Published Oct 11, 2013 | dpreview staff
Images of earth from space: Namib desert, Africa
Korea’s Kompsat-2 satellite captured this image over the sand seas of the Namib Desert on 7 January 2012. The ESA supports Kompsat as a Third Party Mission (meaning it uses its ground infrastructure to acquire and distribute data).
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