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Lake Trasimeno in Central Italy
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Interactive map of the universe includes 200,000 galaxies
Lesotho: Africa's "Kingdom in the Sky"
The city of Dublin on Ireland's east coast
The province of Zaragoza in northeast Spain
The rapid retreat of the Columbia Glacier
The Pyrenees Mountains in southwest Europe
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Satellites reveal how Earth's systems are interconnected
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Melt ponds on the Greenland Ice Sheet
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