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    Image of the snow

    I apologise if this is a repost, but it is a nice picture (see below)

    Satellite image of snow over the UK, Pic: NASA/GSFC, MODIS Rapid Response

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    Original Poster

    http://news.sky.com/sky-news/content/StaticFile/jpg/2010/Jan/Week1/15516558.jpg

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    Great Pic

    Nice pic

    That's wrong, there's none near me!!!!!

    blimey the UK actually looks perrrtteee :o)

    Someone must have spilt tipex on it where i live as it isn't white outside...........just normal. :-D

    Original Poster

    Syzable;7462607

    Someone must have spilt tipex on it where i live as it isn't white … Someone must have spilt tipex on it where i live as it isn't white outside...........just normal. :-D



    I would imagine that the resolution of the camera and heavy frosts help to cause it to look like that.

    Looks familiar ! :thinking: just can't put my finger on it

    Did you take it?

    Original Poster

    RichD;7463022

    Did you take it?



    No, hence the recognition of NASA I can't jump that high just yet.

    pghstochaj;7463068

    No, hence the recognition of NASA I can't jump that high just yet.



    lol!!

    I used the zoom feature to see my garden:



























    http://www.newscientist.com/data/galleries/dn16286-best-images-of-2008/stellar-dendrites%20-%20libbrecht.jpg

    RichD;7463022

    Did you take it?



    OMG :lol:

    RichD;7463022

    Did you take it?


    Yeah, he got a monster step-ladder for Christmas, you goon!

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    If anyone wants a MASSIVE high-res version of this photo, it's here:

    rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/gal…jpg

    It's a 3MB file and if it doesn't load fully, hit refresh or right click the broken image logo and "save as"
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