In honor of Earth Day, rather than bombarding you with eco-friendly lifestyle gadgets and accessories, or assuaging your enviro-guilt with "how to green your life" tips (though we have those too!), I'm going to ask simply that you click through these mesmerizing images posted and sent along by our friends at at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
All photos and images are courtesy of the Landsat program at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Since 1972, Landsat has been capturing valuable—and beautiful—images of our planet from far above.
New Caledonia, an archipelago 750 miles east of Australia, home to the world’s third-largest coral reef structure.
Image acquired May 10, 2001. Credit: NASA/GSFC/Landsat. NASA image created by Jesse Allen, us
Lake Carnegie, Western Australia, only fills with water during extreme rainfall.
This image was acquired on May 19, 1999. This is a false-color composite image made using shortwave infrared, infrared, and red wavelengths. T