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NASA’s New Website Will Show You How Our Earth Looks While it Rotates

We all know that the Earth rotates while revolving around the Sun to give birth to the phenomenon of day and night, however, never have we seen the Earth doing that. So, to show that magnificent rotatory motion of the Earth, NASA launched a new website where people would be able to see the full sunlit side of our dear Earth while it rotates every day. This great accomplishment is another feather in the hat of one of the world’s greatest space agency that’s known to the rest of the world for their brilliant long terms planetry missions and million-pixel images.
This new website is able to produce these rotator images by making use of a dozen or more coloured images of the planet shot at least 12 to 36 hours before by NASA’s Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC). According to NASA, this camera is situated one million miles away on Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) which is a partnership between NASA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) along with the US Air Force.

DSCOVR’s main aim is to observe the overall space weather like the magnetic fields that are emitted from the Sun which can interfere with our planet’s communication systems. The website will also reveal the whole globe over an entire course of a day with a daily string of images which show the Earth’s position while it rotates. Apart from that, the new website will also feature an archive of images taken by EPIC which can be searched and viewed by simply mentioning their date and continent.

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