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July 26 2013
Humans have good eyes, but they canít see everything. Just beyond the edges of our visible spectrum are loads of colors we can only detect with artificial eyes. When those eyes are in orbit, we get a particularly interesting new view of things.
In todayís case itís a section of the Himalayas as seen in three different infrared bands and made available via NASAís Earth Observatory. What makes it especially fun is that there are glaciers and rocks, and rocks and dust on glaciers and a variety of elevations ó all of which affects the infrared images and reveals otherwise invisible facets of glaciers.
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