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Why Russian Space Images Look Different From NASA's 203 203

An anonymous reader writes "The Russians have published two amazing photos of Earth using their new Elektro-L satellite, in 30,000km high orbit around the equator. The quality is stunning, and they look quite different from NASA's Earth images. But why are they different? And are they better than NASA's?"
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Why Russian Space Images Look Different From NASA's

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