Earth Day and our very small planet

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By Elaine Bowers

Can you remember the first time that you saw a photo of our planet from outer space? Maybe it was when you saw it  during the Gemini program or the more recent Space Shuttle program or maybe when you saw it on the cover of The Whole Earth Catalogue. Please, stop, take a moment and recall that photo. Vast expanses of very blue oceans, large chunks of land covered in green, snow on top of huge mountain chains that the wrinkle the continents, brown deserts unfriendly looking even from space, white puffy looking clouds floating over all of it.

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