In celebration of Earth Day, NASA presents images of Earth captured by cameras aboard the International Space Station. Traveling at an approximate speed of 17500 miles per hour, the space station orbits Earth every 90 minutes from an altitude of approximately 220 miles, and can be seen from Earth with the naked eye. Its crew experiences 16 sunrises and sunsets each day.
WatchMojo.com looks at the history of Earth Day and what it really means to us Earthlings.
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Scraps of Minnesota history
Patrick Coleman scours newspapers, catalogs, magazines and the Internet to buy at least one thing every day for the Minnesota History Library's collection. The 59-year-old bibliophile has been making purchases for the library's collection since 1978 …
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Florida native plants available at the ESC Earth Day event
The plant sale will complement the many varied activities being planned for our local Earth Day event, organized by Gretchen Hurchalla of the council's Outreach Committee. Displays and information will be available to help you learn how to integrate …
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We Once Gathered 20 Million Strong To Care For The Planet
American Heritage Magazine called the first Earth Day, which drew 20 million US participants "one of the most remarkable happenings in the history of democracy." We gathered 20 million strong in an era without cell phones, social media or the Internet.
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