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    Posted December 8, 2012 by
    invencible50
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    Ecosystem under attack !!

     
    SPREAD! We are preying! This is part of a composite image by NASA in November 2012 of many satellite photos showing the planet as if it were completely at night. Trim and remarked that they may see some: The all famous cities of thousands of boats floating squid fishing (jigging) who are preying on the continental shelf boundary Argentina. So many boats can be seen from space, as the squid fishing at night with light drawing him. As you can see from the photo, these ships emit more light into space that almost all Argentine cities, including urban centers such as Cordoba and Rosario.

    Image not faked. For those who do not believe they can see the original photo and complete the NASA site here:
    http://eoimages2.gsfc.nasa.gov/images/imagerecords/79000/79765/dnb_land_ocean_ice.2012.3600x1800.jpg

    Please see this one with more resolution and detail (and creepy, much worse than it looks in the first picture):
    http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/712130main_8246931247_e60f3c09fb_o.jpg

    The blog of NASA images: http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/NPP/news/earth-at-night.html

    You can see in the official NASA video, this in minute 0:25
    http://youtu.be/Q3YYwIsMHzw
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