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When the last Apollo mission was on its way to the Moon four decades ago, one of the astronauts took a snapshot that is among the most famous in NASA history. It is known as the “blue marble” photograph because it shows Earth, from about 28,000 miles away, as a bright, swirling and mostly blue sphere. The dominant color wasn’t surprising—it’s the color of the oceans, which cover nearly three-quarters of the planet.
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