These images are just a small selection from the exhibition at the UN Visitors’ Lobby in New York – My Planet from Space: Fragility and Beauty. The exhibition runs from 9 July to 9 September. Entrance is free of charge.
A selection of the exhibition’s images is also being shown at the National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan, Italy, to coincide with Expo 2015. Particular focus is on agriculture to highlight the Expo’s theme, “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”.
The Milan exhibition runs until 10 January. For more information on visiting hours and tickets, see the museum website.
Originally published by Cosmos as A satellite-eye view of our planet
Bill Condie is a science journalist based in Adelaide, Australia.
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