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Earth's geostationary satellite belt

Earth's geostationary satellite belt

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Adam Block and Eric Pearce / Steward Observatory / University of Arizona​

Earth's geostationary satellite belt
This 10-frame mosaic of Earth's geostationary satellite belt covers approximately 35 degrees of sky. The images were captured on May 2nd, 2017 from Tucson, Arizona.

Click through for the full-size version (19240 x 2201 pixels, 15 MB), or learn more on Adam Block's website.

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