NASA Creates A “Global Selfie” Of Earth’s Inhabitants

NASA Creates A “Global Selfie” Of Earth’s Inhabitants

The agency used more than 30,000 individual selfies to create the image.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 28 may 2014

NASA has recently released the finished Global Selfie project.

For this year’s Earth Day, NASA invited people from all over the world to answer the question “Where are you on Earth Right Now?” by posting a selfie on social media and attaching the hashtag #globalselfie. The goal was to use the images to create a “global selfie” or a mosaic image that “would look like Earth appeared from space on Earth Day.”

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