Now you can see!
A team from the Planetary Habitability Laboratory - what a name!
- has created images of the Earth's surface and how it has changed
over the last 750 million years.
Take a look at a year in the life of Earth 750 million years
As well as being pretty cool to look at, the images are useful
for scientists. The Planetary Habitability Laboratory created the
images of Earth to develop better methods of spotting other planets
that may have life.
To find out more and see all the images, visit the Planetary
Habitability Laboratory website. All the images and videos are
free to use for non-commercial purposes.
Main image shows Earth 65 million years ago (c) The Planetary
Habitability Laboratory @ UPR Arecibo, NASA, Ron Blakey and
Colorado Plateau Geosystems, Inc., and The PaleoMap Project.