32 incredible satellite photos that will change the way you look at our world. #10… What is that?

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17. Luecke Farm, Smithville, Texas
30°4’59″N 97°8’28″W

Luecke Farm in Smithville, Texas, USA uses a selective clearing of trees to spell out the surname of its owner “LUECKE.” The distance from the “L” to the “E” is just short of 3 miles. Consequently, NASA uses the text to focus and optimize photographs taken by the Hubble Telescope. (via)

18. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, USA
32°53′49″N 97°02′17″W


19. 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group, Tucson, Arizona, USA
32.170890°N 110.855184°W


20. Great Wall of China, Northern China
40.67693°N 117.23193°E


21. “Desert Breath”, Hurghada, Egypt
27°22′52″N 33°38′00″E

“Desert Breath” – located in the Egyptian desert near Hurghada on the Red Sea – is a double-spiral art piece. Because the 89 protruding cones that make up one spiral are constructed from the sand that was dug to create the 89 depressed cones of the other spiral, in due time, with erosion, the area of approximately one million square feet will revert back to its original state. (via)

22. Agricultural Development, Loxahatchee, Florida, USA
26.678379, -80.433557


23. Tulip Fields, Lisse, Netherlands
52.271256°N 4.546365°E


24. Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna, Austria, 48.184516°N 16.311865°E