30 amazing satellite photo that will change your view of the world

Daily Overview is a project that opens access to the most beautiful and actual satellite photos, changing the usual view of planet Earth. Earlier this privilege was available only to astronauts and specialists of the space research centers, now each of us has the opportunity every day to discover the unique natural and urban landscapes the most repressed places on the planet.

Daily website Digital Globe added photo of the day taken from satellite orbit. We have selected three dozen of the most impressive shots of the project so you can assess millennial acts of humanity on Earth.

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1. Bourtange, The Netherlands.

Bourtange is a Dutch village with a population of 430 people. This star was constructed in 1593 during the Eighty years war when William I of orange wanted to control the only road between Germany and Groningen. Bourtange was restored in 1960, today it is a Museum under the open sky.

2. Barcelona, Spain.

3. Platform upgrade and maintenance of aerospace vehicles in Tucson, Arizona.

4. Central Park, new York.

It takes nearly 340 hectares, and is 6% of the entire island of Manhattan.

5. The great wall of China, the North of the country.

6. Desert Shores, Las Vegas, Nevada.

The area of desert shores in Las Vegas, Nevada, consists of 3351 home and four artificial lakes.

7. A new reservoir in the County of Yuba, California.

8. Residential area in Killeen, Texas.

According to official data, in 2013, USA was constructed 923 400 homes.

9. Venice, Italy.

10. Vineyards in Huelva, Spain.

The vineyards cover the hills of Huelva. The climate here is perfect for growing grapes — the average annual temperature is 17 degrees and relative humidity between 60 and 80%.

11. Greenhouses in Almeria, Spain.

Plasticulture is the use of plastics in agriculture. Such greenhouses can be found in the plains and valleys of Almeria, where they occupy nearly 20 000 hectares.

See also — Grand greenhouses of almería

12. Durrat-al-Bahrain, Bahrain.

Durrat-al-Bahrain consists of 15 connected, artificial Islands (including six atolls, five fish-shaped, and two Crescent-shaped). Their construction will spend about $ 6 billion, and plans to complete the project in mid-2015.

13. Destruction of the rain forests of the Amazon, pará, Brazil.

14. Marine terminal Newark-Elizabeth, Newark, new Jersey, USA.

15. Boca Raton, FL, USA.

16. Resort in Mesa, Arizona, USA.

17. The Port Of Los Angeles, California.

18. Puente de Vallecas, Madrid, Spain.

19. Agricultural crops, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

20. Cemetery Of The Almudena, Madrid, Spain.

This is one of the largest cemeteries in the world. The number of graves — a total of about 5 million — more than the population of modern Madrid.

21. The palm island / hibiscus Island, Miami beach, Florida.

That’s two man-made Islands located in Miami beach. Although in residential areas of these Islands shelter one of the most expensive in the city, in the event of a hurricane evacuated here in the first place.

22. Freight railway station, Atlanta, GA.

Norfolk southern railway serves 34 279 km of track in 22 States, mostly in the South-Eastern United States. This station in Atlanta, Georgia, one of the largest: it was 3648 locomotives on the move and 79 082 freight car.

23. A spaghetti junction (A-3 and M-50), Madrid, Spain.

Highway A-3 and M-50 merge into a complex “loop” to the South-East of Madrid, Spain. All these entanglements are called “spaghetti”.

24. Agricultural crops in Loxahatchee, FL, USA.

25. Brondby, Denmark.

26. Rice terraces, Yunnan, China.

The last 1300 years, the Hani people cultivate rice on the stunning terraces on the mountain slopes.

27. Deforestation in the National forest of El Dorado, Georgetown, California, USA.

8 hectares have been cut down.

28. Edson, Kansas, USA.

29. The Central circular irrigation fields, ha’il, Saudi Arabia.

These circular patterns appear when the crop is washed by sprinklers, which are mounted on a rotating turret and distribute the water evenly across the fields.

30. Yellowstone national Park, Wyoming.

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Palm tree plantations surround the city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The trees are cultivated in terraces cut into the contours of hills, to avoid erosion caused by streaming water. Malaysia is now one of the world’s largest exporters of palm oil – used primarily as a cooking ingredient – shipping nearly 18 million tonnes per year. The rapid expansion of palm oil plantations in the world’s tropical regions is becoming an increasingly significant source of carbon emissions. Clearing the native trees to make space for the palms is projected to add more than 558 million tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere by 2020 – an amount greater than all of Canada’s current fossil fuel emissions. /// Created by @benjaminrgrant, source imagery: @digitalglobe

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Palm oil plantations surround the city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Temple Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain.

Autumn has come to new Hampshire, USA.

London, UK.

Residential complex Al Falah, Abu Dhabi, UAE.

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