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The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope is a radio telescope in the limestone hills of China’s Guizhou province. With a dish 1,600 feet (500 m) in diameter, it is the world’s largest filled-aperture radio telescope and the second-largest single-dish aperture, behind Russia’s RATAN-600.
We’re excited to have created this Overview for @enroutemag, the in-flight magazine for @aircanada, to share with their readers and followers. Source imagery by @maxartechnologies at Five hundred meter Aperture Spherical Telescope
Melrose Park is a residential community in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. The neighborhood is planned with streets in eight concentric octagons and contains 1,975 households. /// Created by @dailyoverview, source imagery: @maxartechnologies at Melrose Park, Florida
Here are a couple shots from our ongoing exhibition in Skövde, Sweden. With a focus on energy, the outdoor installation in the town’s center square aims to show the various ways we generate electricity to power our civilization. In collaboration with @uponwalls / @cementaab / @elektrobyran
The Juruá River is a southern tributary of the Amazon River, flowing approximately 1,500 miles (2,400 km) through Brazil and Peru. For most of its length, the river winds through the Amazon basin and is generally curvy and sluggish.
We’re also excited to announce the winners of last week’s Print Giveaway — @iamjonathanfmiller, @arcones107 and @motleylibrarian. Congratulations! Please send us a direct message to claim your prints. /// Source imagery: @planetlabs at Rio Juruá
A patchwork of brown corn fields contrasts with snow-covered land in eastern North Dakota, USA. This image, captured by NASA’s Landsat 7 satellite on December 3rd, shows the city of Grand Forks in the upper-right corner. Snowfall is common this time of year in North Dakota, but full cornfields are not — normally all of the corn is harvested by now. Some news reports estimate that the amount of unharvested corn in the state is the highest it has been since 2009. /// Created by @dailyoverview, source imagery: @nasa at Grand Forks, North Dakota
Whakaari, also known as White Island, is an active stratovolcano located 30 miles (48 km) off the North Island of New Zealand in the Bay of Plenty. Around 2 p.m. local time today, the volcano erupted and spewed thick clouds of ash as high as 12,000 feet (3,657 m) into the sky. White Island is a popular tourist destination, and officials report that visitors were on or around the island when it erupted. At least five people have been killed and many others are missing. /// Created by @dailyoverview, source imagery: @maxartechnologies at Whakaari / White Island
This low-angle shot of New York City is one of the most-popular prints available in our Printshop. You can get a copy of your own today and save 20% during our Holiday Printshop Sale! Just use the code “HOLIDAY20” at checkout for 20% off all prints until 12/18. Link in bio.
Source imagery: @maxartechnologies at New York, New York
Large chunks of swirling ice are seen here in Foxe Basin, Nunavut, Canada. Located between Baffin Island and Melville Peninsula, the shallow oceanic basin is blocked by ice for most of the year (this image was captured in July). Foxe Basin supports a high density of bearded seals and the largest walrus herd in Canada. It is also an important summering area for bowhead and beluga whales and narwhal. /// Source imagery: @usgs at Iqaluit, Nunavut
This Overview shows Milan-Malpensa Airport in Milan, Italy. The airport is the second-busiest in Italy by international passenger traffic, handling 24.7 million passengers in 2018. It is also the busiest Italian airport for freight and cargo, handling more than 500,000 tons of international freight annually. /// Created by @dailyoverview, source imagery: @maxartechnologies at Aeroporto di Milano Malpensa
Today we are headed to Stockholm to visit our exhibition in Skövde, Sweden! Our founder @benjaminrgrant will also be doing a talk on 12/9 at the City Theater there. The images for this exhibition focus on where we get our energy from and was put together as a collaboration with @uponwalls, Cementa and Elektrobyrån. Hope to see some of you there! /// Source imagery: @maxartechnologies at Stockholm, Sweden
HOLIDAY PRINT GIVEAWAY — We’re giving away three first-edition prints of ‘Kansas Pivot Irrigation #2’ to you and two friends (we just added it to our Printshop). Tag two people in the comments below and we’ll send ‘em your way before the holiday! Winners announced a week from today. /// Source imagery: @maxartechnologies at Kansas
A bridge crosses the Kensico Reservoir in the town of Valhalla, New York. Located about 15 miles (24 km) north of New York City, the reservoir stores waters received from the Catskill Mountains and provides a site for fishing and boating recreation. With an average depth of nearly 44 feet (13.5 m) and a maximum depth of 120 feet (37 m), it can hold 30 billion gallons (113 billion liters) of water. /// Created by @dailyoverview, source imagery: @nearmap at Kensico Reservoir
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