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Four episodes of "acqua alta" (tide peaks) and an exceptional flood created a very complicated situation in the Italian city of Venice. Especially in the evening of 12 November, recorded as the second worst in history.
Citizens of central Chile are accustomed to long spells of dry weather. But the past decade has brought an extreme drought that is remarkable even for a region with a semi-arid Mediterranean climate. Landscapes that would normally be lush and green have withered.
Bushfires are still raging in Australia, particularly along the east coast of New South Wales (NSW) and Queensland. The leader of the rural fire service told media that this could be "the most dangerous bushfire week this nation has ever seen," and the NSW premier has declared a state of emergency.
The Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission takes us over cracks in the Brunt ice shelf, which lies in the Weddell Sea sector of Antarctica.
This image, which was captured on 9 January 2019 by the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 (bands 7-5-3), takes us over the Hielo Patagónico Sur 12 (HPS-12) glacier in a remote part of the Chilean Andes. Some scientists think this could be the fastest-thinning glacier in the world.
This image, which was captured on 3 February 2019 by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission, takes us over two saline lakes in East Africa: the larger Lake Natron in northern Tanzania and the smaller Lake Magadi, just over the border in Kenya.
Beijing officially opens the world's largest airport. Pléiades acquired the image of the new airport terminal building on 23rd July, just a few weeks prior to completion.
This image, captured on 7 February 2018 by Copernicus Sentinel-2, takes us over the ‘meeting of waters' in Brazil – where the Rio Negro and the Solimões River meet to form the Amazon River.
This image, captured on 24 June 2019 by Copernicus Sentinel-2, takes us over Clarence Strait, a narrow body of water in Australia's Northern Territory.
On 01 July, 2019, the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 acquired this image of Cameron Ridge where the PCT (purple) crosses Tehachapi Pass. The pass divides the Tehachapi Mountains (south) and the Sierra Nevada (north), and forms a narrow connection between the San Joaquin Valley and the Mojave Desert.