Wednesday, January 18, 2012

A Rotating Color Globe with Current Infrared Satellite Imagery

The Space Science and Engineering Center at the University of Wisconsin Madison produces a color globe that shows the current satellite infrared imagery of clouds around the Earth.  You can control the rotation of the globe by the controls located under the globe.  You can see the globe site by clicking here, but please note that on my computer the site works on Firefox and Explorer but does not work on Google Chrome and so you may have the same problem with your computer.

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  1. The image below is a humble reduced-resolution version; to see the real thing in all it's lovely detail, check out this week's WorldView Report from DigitalGlobe: PTA DSTv Pretoria Social

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