Northeast snow from space

Northeast snow from space

Northeast snow from space

Bad Astronomy
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Feb. 26 2007 3:53 PM

Northeast snow from space

I mean, an image taken from space. From NASA's MODIS Earth-observing satellite, to be specific:

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Too cool. But hey! Who hit Maine with a asteroid?

I know, it's Sebago Lake, and there's a part that's not round all frozen over on the right making it hard to see, so the rest looks round like an asteroid impact, but if I said all that it's not as funny, OK?

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