NASA incredible images reveal Earth’s ‘then and ‘now’ climatic changes—our home sweet home!

Our beloved blue-planet is the most stunning and remarkable in the entire solar system due to its the thriving and vibrant life. But in the last many decades it has undergone drastic changes—changes mostly due to human activities, of course we have the full right to agree or disagree on this!

Here we bring selected photos from NASA’s website, showing how our home-sweet-home has changed since ages. The time difference between these images ranges from five to 100 years.

#1. Pedersen Glacier, Alaska. Summer, 1917 — summer, 2005.

#2. Aral Sea, Central Asia. August, 2000 — August, 2014.

#3. Lake Oroville, California. July, 2010 — August, 2016.

#4. Carroll Glacier, Alaska. August, 1906 — September, 2003.

#5. Powell Lake, Arizona and Utah. March, 1999 — May, 2014.

#6. Bear Glacier, Alaska. July, 1909 — August, 2005.

#7. Forests in Rondonia, Brazil. June, 1975 — August, 2009.

#8. McCarty Glacier, Alaska. July, 1909 — August, 2004.

#9. The Dasht River, Pakistan, August, 1999 — June, 2011.

#10. Matterhorn Mountain in the Alps, on the border between Switzerland and Italy. August, 1960 — August, 2005.

#11. Mabira Forest, Uganda. November, 2001 — January, 2006.

#12. Toboggan Glacier, Alaska. June, 1909 — September, 2000.

#13. Great Man-Made River, Libya, April, 1987 — April, 2010.

#14. Qori Kalis Glacier, Peru. July, 1978 — July, 2011.

#15. Mar Chiquita Lake, Argentina. July, 1998. — September, 2011.

#16. Muir Glacier, Alaska. August, 1941 — August, 2004.

#17. Uruguay Forests, March, 1975 — February, 2009.

 

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