This image of the Arlit uranium mine resembles a blend of earth tones that seem to be intrinsically woven to form a mosaic painting. The French nuclear power generation and nuclear weapon programs are dependent on this mine.
Earth Observations Laboratory, Johnson Space Center
Bombetoka Bay, Madagascar
This image was captured by a NASA satellite in 2002. It is an image of the Bombetoka Bay, on the northwestern coast of Madagascar. The image captures the essence of the region; its mangrove forest and its jewel-themed exterior.
The Colorado River in Utah, USA, appears like a scenic mural from space. This expansive river runs through western Colorado, New Mexico, southwestern Wyoming, eastern and southern Utah, southeastern Nevada, California, and all of Arizona.
Doha, the capital of the peninsular Arabian Gulf country Qatar, is the most populous yet flamboyant place in the world. The city of Doha looks like a well-planned region from space and all the parts of the city appear to be structured with precision.
The Great Barrier Reef looks remarkably stunning from space. The vivid and vibrant colors of the reef can be easily spotted from this great distance, and the largest reef system on Earth doesn’t fail to amaze you.
Lake Natron in Tanzania is the world’s most caustic waterbody according to NASA. The lake appears to be a vibrant shade of orange and resembles a galaxy of sorts. This is a satellite image taken in the year 2005.
This photograph of Mount Vesuvius from space justifies the legends surrounding this mighty mountain. In fact, Mount Vesuvius is the only volcano in the European mainland that has erupted in the last 100 years.
The image of Shiyun Park captured from space gives you the perfect upshot of what you’ll find in the city. In addition to natural surroundings, the place is the perfect blend of traditions and modernity.
This picture was taken on February 13, 2013. It captures how the green tide near the city of Sur, Oman, looks from space. The green tides, caused due to algal blooms, appear like green spirals that look like an entry to the other dimension.
This photograph was taken by an astronaut in 2003. The city of Sao Paulo, Brazil, is home to roughly 12 million people, and it stands out like a beacon in the night. The varied colors are due to the different types of streetlights.
The tidal flats and channels on the western side of the Bahamas’ Long Island are captured in this 2010 photograph that was clicked by an astronaut. The land and the water bodies surrounding it resemble a remarkable water color painting.