The most detailed pictures of the Earth to date has been released by the US Department of Commerce, and it shows how beautiful our planet is. With a resolution four times larger than any other image of the planet ever made, the record was made on January 15 by the climate monitoring satellite GOES-16. Launched in November last year, the satellite sends updated Earth photos every 15 minutes. The high resolution image helps meteorologists identify the location of potentially dangerous climates with greater accuracy. Here you can see the pictures.

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Full disk image

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North America

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Dust Off the Coast of Africa

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The Caribbean

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South America/Argentina

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California

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USA Northeast Coast

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Yucatan Peninsula

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The Moon from Geostationary Orbit

Source: Nesdis

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