California's Bay Area at Night (NASA, International Space Station, 12/26/10)

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    Though dark clouds limit the visibility of much of the eastern side (top of frame) of California's Bay Area, lights expose most of the region's highly populated areas. From 220 miles above Earth, the photo was recorded with a still camera equipped with a 180-mm lens on Dec. 26 by one of the crew members onboard the Earth-orbiting International Space Station.

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    1. Ren A 40 months ago | reply

      fantastic view, just amazing. I no longer want to be a bird, I want to be a satelite :o)

    2. NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center 40 months ago | reply

      Maybe a combination of both? A satelleagle? :)

    3. Ren A 40 months ago | reply

      perfect. When do we start the mutation program? :o)

    4. Dr. Ilia 40 months ago | reply

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    5. joel bybee 40 months ago | reply

      Beautiful image.

    6. dediraspi 40 months ago | reply

      Incredible image !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    7. pauline.kehoe 40 months ago | reply

      Beautiful,an amazing sight.

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