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[i]What's fascinating to people is not that they're pictures of space, but that they're pictures of Earth from (near) space. They are a reminder of our place in the universe: a blue orb in an inky void...
If properly described, these images are not low-cost competitors to NASA spacecraft (as some media reports try to claim) but instead appetizers for the "real thing": actual flights into space, suborbitally or orbitally. If you think those views from weather balloons are great, just imagine the view from 100 kilometers on a suborbital hop or the ever-changing view from low Earth orbit...[/i]
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