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This computer-generated image shows the Terra spacecraft, with the MISR instrument on board, orbiting Earth. Direction of flight is toward the lower left. The actual locations imaged by the 9 cameras, each with 4 color bands, along Earth's surface are illustrated here with translucent surfaces.

This computer-generated image shows the Terra spacecraft, with the MISR instrument on board, orbiting Earth. Direction of flight is toward the lower left. The actual locations imaged by the 9 cameras, each with 4 color bands, along Earth's surface are illustrated here with translucent surfaces.

Image courtesy of Shigeru Suzuki and Eric M. De Jong, Solar System Visualization Project.
JPL image P-49081

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