NASA scientists have recently developed new software to enhance the view of city lights as seen from space. Using the NPP satellite, they've just released a composite of a night view of the Western Hemisphere from 2016. Pretty cool. Click here for the photo.

And, in case you haven't seen this, NOAA's newest weather satellite, GOES-16, is sending back spectacular images of the entire earth from 22,300 miles above the equator. In the first composite image of North and South America from January, there's a lot of cloud cover, except for right over Michigan, which, of course, is covered by snow. I know former Spartan Draymond Green isn't buying it, but....

 

Check out the full-size photo here.

 

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