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There's no denying that Ayers Rock has an other-worldly quality to it.
The Proba-V image at 300 m resolution, acquired mid July 2016,takes a closer look at the South island, also called Te Waipounamu in Māori, the largest but least populated island of New Zealand.
Kilauea's Pu‘u O‘o Crater started erupting on January 3, 1983, and hasn't stopped since.
It was a sense of both looking forward and backward that led Kennedy and the United States government to establish Cape Cop National Seashore. The land was set aside for the sake of recreation, natural beauty, and history. But the creation of the park also set a new precedent.
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