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Aug 23, 2004 3:51pm

two maps

Today's NASA Picture of the Day is a reprise of the famous "Earthlights" image of two years ago, probably updated with new component photographs showing further spread of electricity, urban srawl, and humanity into the dark regions. It's interesting to compare the NASA image with one showing Population Density, looking for the places where electrical output and population density don't necessarily coincide, like North Korea.

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