This time lapse GIF shows earth’s plant life cycling over 20 years as seen by NASA and NOAA satellite earth observation imagery:

From space, satellites can see Earth breathe. A new NASA visualization shows 20 years of continuous observations of plant life on land and at the ocean’s surface, from September 1997 to September. 2017. On land, vegetation appears on a scale from brown (low vegetation) to dark green (lots of vegetation); at the ocean surface, phytoplankton are indicated on a scale from purple (low) to yellow (high). This visualization was created with data from satellites including SeaWiFS, and instruments including the NASA/NOAA Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite and the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer. Credits: NASA

More about this clip and other aspects of observing earth from space: Six Stories of Life That NASA Sees From Space | NASA.

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