365 days of satellite images show Earth’s seasons changing from space (video)

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For those of us in the northern hemisphere, the recent chirping of birds and blooming of flowers are welcome signs that spring has arrived — and a new video released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows a stunning glimpse of what this change of seasons looks like from space.

The high-speed video strings together snapshots of our planet’s surface taken daily for the past year. These images were taken with the NOAA’s GOES-East satellite, which orbits more than 22,000 miles (35,000 kilometers) above Earth’s equator. Because the GOES-East satellite orbits at the same speed at which Earth rotates, it constantly observes the same regions, including most of the Americas, the Caribbean and the Atlantic Ocean.

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