There is an amazing photo of the Atlantic ocean from space
The European space Agency published photos of the Atlantic ocean near the coast of Portugal and Spain.
In the photo you can see streaks of clouds in the lower part are traces of ships passing through the Strait of Gibraltar. Clouds are formed from the exhaust emissions of the vessel and around these small particles condenseries water vapor. The kind of trail of an airplane flying in the sky, only this picture was taken from space via satellite.
Explore and download this week’s #EarthFromSpace image from #Sentinel3 showing the Atlantic Ocean with criss-cross tracks from shipshttps://t.co/SHeXsoBu7u pic.twitter.com/tIY9xzf1LB
— ESA (@esa) 9 Feb 2018
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Scientists study the Earth’s surface in the framework of the Copernicus mission, which launched into orbit several satellites Sentinel. This image was taken from the satellite Sentinel-3A — it has a special sensor that measures the color of the ocean and land. Mission to help you explore the process of changing the Land and carry out operations on liquidation of consequences of natural disasters.