Earth from Space: Amazon River


Earth from Space is presented by Kelsea Brennan-Wessels from the ESA Web-TV virtual studios. In the 250th edition, the Sentinel-2A satellite takes us over northern Brazil where the Amazon River meets the Atlantic Ocean.

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  1. I dream of a day where humans have evolved beyond our physical limitations, to explore the galaxy, and walk on the sun. The surface of the sun is 12,000x larger than that of the earth, just think how long it would take to explore it. I pray for a day where we will even be able to inhabit the planet and sustain life. It would be easy because there is infinite energy under the surface.

  2. and now its… burning. all of it. 20% is gone and no one can understand that 20% of our profit of oxygen comes from that vivid rain forest, sad to think that those tiny itsy bitsy humans can do all of that, in just within 3000 years we could destroy a 4.5 billion year old planet, what a contrast, disappointed. if we dont do something in these incoming 12 years, we'll be… gone. its as simple as that.

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