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55 Astonishing Images of Earth From Space

NASA's Terra satellite captured this natural-color image of cloud vortices (von Kármán vortices) behind Isla Socorro, a volcanic island located in the Pacific Ocean.

Clouds. "NASA Photo of the day"

Stratocumulus Clouds Over Pacific (Jan. photos by Expedition 34 crew members aboard the International Space Station, above the northwestern Pacific Ocean about 460 miles east of northern Honshu, Japan.

Weird Cloud ‘Coils’ Captured by Earth-Observing Satellite - Coil-like shapes in clouds, created by their passage over the Prince Edward Islands in the south Indian Ocean.

Photographs of Cloud's Shadows Taken From Space | HUH.

Clouds Cast Thousand Mile Shadows into Space When Viewed Aboard the International Space Station space shadows ISS Earth clouds

ISS-eye view of the Sakurajima volcano, smoldering off the coast of Japan. Image credit: NASA

Smoldering Japanese Volcano Seen From Space

Sakurajima Volcano, Kyushu, Japan : Image of the Day : NASA Earth Observatory (jan

Saharan Cloud, Photographed by Col. Chris Hadfield, a Canadian Astronaut currently living in space aboard ISS as Flight Engineer on Expedition 34

A cloud over the Sahara desert, and its shadow. Photo by Commander Chris Hadfield from the ISS.

Looking south across the southern tip of Greenland, this satellite image shows an enormous cloud vortex spiraling over the northern Atlantic ocean on January 26, 2013. An example of the powerful convection currents in the upper latitudes, these polar low cyclones are created when the motion of cold air is energized by the warmer ocean water beneath.

Satellite image of a cloud vortex off the coast of Greenland (NASA/MODIS/Chelys). January Arctic waters are cold, but still warmer than the air above, so strong convection currents can form to create hurricane-like storms.

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love the color combo - tropical, green sea and an angry grey sky.