National Post

NASA’s Black Marble is the most detailed night image of Earth ever made
Twinkling city lights, raging wildfires and colourful auroras are lit up in new dazzling nighttime views of the Earth.

The new “Black Marble” images released Wednesday are courtesy of a newly launched NASA-NOAA satellite that’s equipped with a sensor to observe the planet at night.

The full view consists of a series of images stitched together as an extremely high-resolution composite that gives us the most detailed night view of Earth ever created. (NASA)

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