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This east-looking photograph, taken by astronauts from the International Space Station on 12 February 2015, shows the arid landscapes of the Sahara and the darker vegetation of the wetter, semi-arid woodland known as the Sahel.
When category 5 Cyclone Pam swept over the island nation of Vanuatu in March 2015, two of the hardest hit islands were Tanna and Erromango. While Erromango is home to just a few thousand people, about 30,000 people live on Tanna. On 17 March 17,-three days after the storm hit the islands-the Operational Land Imager on Landsat 8 acquired imagery revealing the widespread effects of the storm.
This Pleiades image shows the capital of Vanuatu, Port Vila, after Cyclone Pam struck the island nation on 13 March 2015. This image was acquired on 16 March, and shows the aftermath of the devastating storm.
This Flock 1 image, acquired on 15 February 2015, shows the Rio Araguaia in Brazil.
This ALOS satellite image was captured over southeastern Algeria in the heart of the Sahara desert. The heat and lack of water render vast desert areas highly unwelcoming, making satellites the best way to observe and monitor these environments on a large scale.
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