Satellite is an ever greatest invention made by human being. There are lots of satellite orbiting our planet earth. With the assistance of these earth orbiting satellites now we can browse the web, make phone calls, and see what we look like from hundreds of miles above sea level. A huge number of photos of our planet are taken every year by these satellites. Those photos are really stunning. It is really amazing to see the photo of the highest pick of our world from the space, Yes I am talking about Mount Everest. So come to the point. To entertain you with some such photos. We have decided to make a collection of them and put them in a list to demonstrate them to you. Let’s take a look at those photos we choose for you.
1. Arabian Sea
It is the picture of the Arabian Sea captured from the Satellite. Do you actually know where the sea is naturally located? The Arabian Sea is a place of the northern Indian Ocean bounded on the North by Iran and Pakistan, the Gulf of Aden on the West, and on the southeast by Guardafui Channel and the Arabian Peninsula. The total area of the sea is about 3,862,000 square kilometers. And maximum width of the Sea is up to 2,400 kilometers. The coastlines countries of the Arabian Sea are Yemen, Oman, Somalia, India, Pakistan, and the Maldives.
2. Bering Sea, Russia
The Bering Sea is a large division of the World Ocean of the Pacific Ocean, the largest and deepest of Earth’s oceans divisions. It is split up from the Gulf of Alaska. The Sea conceals over 2,00,000 kilometers bounded on the east and northeast by Alaska, West by Russian Far East, on the south the United States Alaska Peninsula. However, the picture is not earthly or photoshopped. The picture is taken from space by Satellite.
3. Darling River, New South Wales, Australia
Look at the picture carefully! What do you see actually? If you see the picture first, then you may not able to say, what the place is actually. However, it is the picture of Darling River, New South Wales, Australia. The beautiful picture is taken by Satellite from the Space. The 1,472 kilometers long river is the 3rd longest river in the history of Australia. The river is the blessing of Outback for waterway of the remote interior of Australia.
4. Dasht-e Kavir Desert, Iran
Dasht-e Kavir Desert is well known as the Great Salt Desert and Kavir-e Namak which is a large dessert lying across the middle of the Iranian plateau. The area of desert about 77,600 square kilometers with 800 kilometers long and width 320 kilometers. You will be surprised to know that Kavir Buzurg, a desert of the Iranian Plateau, lies in the middle of the Desert. And the art-look picture is captured by Satellite.
5. East African Rift, Africa
The East African Rift is known as an active continental rift Zone in East Africa. The Rift is regarded to be part of a larger Great Rift Valley in the past time. It is one of the narrow zones which is developing divergent tectonic plate boundary.
6. El Hierro Island, Canary Islands
El Hierro is the nickname of Isla del Meridiana which is one of the smallest islands among the seven main islands of the Canaries of the Canary Islands with only 268.00 square kilometers. However, it is now one of the famous tourist destinations.
7. Falkland Islands, South Atlantic Ocean
The colorful picture of the Falkland Islands is captured from the space. It is an archipelago in the South Atlantic Ocen on the Patagonian Shelf, the part of the South American continental shelf. The area of the main part of the island is about 12,000 square kilometers. The islands also attractive tourist spot for the hikers like El Hierro Island, Canary Islands.
8. Great Australian Bight, Tasmania, Australia
The Great Australian Bight is a huge oceanic bight as well as an open bay. It is located near the middle and western part of the Southern coastal area of mainland in Australia. The picture! now you see on your screen is not an art picture of The Great Australian Bight. It is also taken from space.
9. Lake Powell, Arizona
Lake Powell is stored on the Colorado River, situated between the Utah and Arizona in the United States. It is now one of the popular tourist spots where all but two millions people travel every year. The surface area of the place up to 161390 acres. However, the sketch-look picture is captured by Satellite, not from the earth.
10. Memorial Day 2012, Houston, Texas
It is a picture of Memorial Day of Huston in 2012. The celebrating picture is taken from the direct satellite. Memorial Day is a somber occasion. It pays respect to warriors who sacrificed their lives so that the United States can prosper and idol for the other countries.
11. Mount Fuji, Japan
The picture of the second highest peak of an island in Asia is captured from the space by Satellite. Do you know, it is one of the seventh- highest peaks of an island in the world? It is also a Holy Mountain among the three mountains. Though it is a volcanic mount, it last erupted in 1707 to 1708. However, the Mount Fuji lies across the South-East of Tokyo about the100 kilometers.
12. Ozero Siletiteniz, Kazakhstan
This is a picture of Ozero Siletiteniz. It is a salt lake situated in Ualikhaov District of North Kazakhstan close to the Russian Border. The surface area of the lake approximately 777 square kilometers with a maximum depth of 10 feet. The ecological system of the lake is a little bit different than others like the Baikal, Russia.
13. Petermann Glacier, Greenland
Do you know whom name after the glacier belonged? A clue! He is a German cartographer. However, the picture of the Petermann Glacier is exactly not taken from the Earth. The Petermann Glacier is a fixed body of dense ice which is always moving below its own weight. It is situated in the east of Nares Strait, Greenland. And the Glacier is named after August Heinrich Peterman. Do you get your answer now?
14. Pine Island Glacier, West Antartica
The Pine Island Glacier is one of the largest ice stream as well as fastest melting glacier which flows through Antarctica. The ice stream is extremely remote, with the closest continually occupied research station at Rothera, approximately 1,300 kilometers away. The territory is not alleged by any nations and the Antarctic Treaty prohibits new claims while it is in force. However, the picture is also captured from space by Satellite.
15. Puntiagudo-Cordón Cenizos, Andes, Chile
Puntiagudo-Cordón Cenizos is a snow-capped volcanic area which is situated in LOS Lagos Region of Chilli close to the Volcan Osomo. The Puntiagudo-Cordón Cenizos lies between the lake Rupanco and Todos Ios Santos.
16. Sahara Desert, Southern Algeria
The Sahara Desert is one of the prominent deserts among all the desert over the world. Add the drawing-like picture of the desert is captured from the Space. Anyway, Have you ever heard the name of the Desert? If you not, I will explain some of it. It is the longest hot desert in the world which is located in Algeria on the African continent. The total area of the desert is approximately 9,200,000 square kilometers which area is comparable to the area of China, the United States, and Russia.
17. Salt Lake, Australia
The Salt Lake located nearly 550 kilometers north-west of Adelaide in Australia. It is one of the most distant places in Australia. its beauty providing an impressive backdrop for car commercials over the years. The lake is an amazing peaceful spot to visit during March every year.
18. Sea Ice, Arctic Sea.
It is another picture by Satellite where you can see melting sea ice. Recently a statistic by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) found that the Sea ice is growing faster during the winter. The increased growth of the sea ice has helped to slow down the whole reduction in Arctic sea ice. NASA makes sure to clearly notice that it doesn’t mean climate change isn’t taking place. Now temperatures in the Arctic have warmed much faster than temperatures in normal locations. The doubled rate of warming has led to increasingly smaller sea ice extents during the Arctic summer months and a whole reduction in sea ice.
19. Tibesti Mountains, Chad
The picture looks like a multi-color art-picture of The Tibesti Mountains which is taken by Satellite. They are a mountain range in the middle of Sahara which is situated in the north of Chad, with a small extension into southern Libya. The highest point in the range, Emi Koussi, lies to the south at a height of 3,445 meters and is the highest peak in both Chad and the Sahara. The main third of the Tibesti is of volcanic origin and made of five shield volcanoes topped.
20. Tokyo, Japan
You may think, the picture is captured by Drone or like something. But it is taken from the space by capturing Satellite. It is the picture of Tokyo, the Capital city of Japan. The city became capital after Emperor Meiji moved his kingdom to the city from Kyoto in 1868.