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Images and animations on how our planet's magnetic poles have flipped in the past, and how they may flip again.
A catalogue of satellite images of our home planet detailing everything from atmospheric data to city lights or natural disasters.
NASA information on Toutatis, an asteroid which passed very close to our planet in 2000.
Why the South Pole is a great place to study our planet's climate.
Straightforward, easy to understand answers to 13 frequently asked questions about the planet Earth.
The ESA's GOCE satellite is on a mission to map our planet's gravity field.
Fantastic interactive site answering questions about our planet e.g. Where does the the sunlight that hits Earth go? Where does the Sky become space?
Computer generated images of the earth from satellites showing various data such as the location of icebergs and natural disasters.
Explanations and figures for the physical facts concerning our planet earth. This forms part of the Views of the Solar System site.
A site about exoplanets from hyperphysics.
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