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Exploring Earth: Examine Earth from a New Perspective

See how the seasons change land cover over a year’s time.
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Watch animations of the earth showing many different faces. See how the seasons change land cover over a year’s time. Volcanic activity over thirty-five years and earthquakes over fifteen years show how the surface of the earth is so influenced by what is underneath. Controlling the speed of how fast the earth turns with your mouse lets you examine carefully sea temperature change, or water vapor and hurricane activity.

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