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This image from Japan’s ALOS satellite was acquired over Anatolia’s dry, central plateau on the Asian side of Turkey. Also known as Asia Minor, the Anatolian peninsula is surrounded by the Black Sea to the north, Mediterranean Sea to the south and Aegean Sea to the west. In this image over the central…(Read More)

Milan at Night

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The metropolitan area of Milan (or Milano) illuminates the Italian region of Lombardy in a pattern evocative of a patchwork quilt. The city of Milan forms a dense cluster of lights in this astronaut photograph, with brilliant white lights indicating the historic center of the city where the Duomo di Milano (Milan Cathedral) is located…(Read More)

Shanghai at Night

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The city of Shanghai sits along the delta banks of the Yangtze River along the eastern coast of China. The city proper is the world’s most populous city (the 2010 census counts 23 million peoples). With that many humans, the city is a tremendous sight at night. Shanghai is a key financial capital for…(Read More)

Riyadh at Night

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The population of Riyadh, the capital city of Saudi Arabia, has risen dramatically in the last half century—from 150,000 in 1960 to 5.4 million in 2012. The city appears as a brightly colored patchwork in this nighttime astronaut photograph. The brightest lights, apart from those on the old Riyadh Airbase, follow the…(Read More)

Whether seen at night or during the day, the capital city of Brazil is unmistakable from orbit. Brasília is located on a plateau in the west-central part of the country, and is widely considered to be one of the best examples of 20th century urban planning in the world. One of its most…(Read More)

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