The US space agency has released a stunning video taken by a camera aboard the satellite Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR). The spaceship observes the Earth about one million miles to the Sun and is owned by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). NOAA is an American scientific agency that focuses its attention on the conditions of the oceans and the atmosphere.
This immense distance allowed the camera, called EPIC, to observe the entire Earth from dawn to dusk.
EPIC has captured an average of one image every hour during the summer and one every two hours during the winter.
A study in depth will help to follow volcanic eruptions and other natural phenomena.
Alexander Marshak, deputy project director for the mission, said: "Given EPIC's privileged viewpoint and frequent observations, we are able to observe the diurnal portion of the daily cycle of many phenomena.
"For example, EPIC can follow a volcanic eruption or a plume during the whole day.
"These measurements complement those taken from other satellites in Earth's low orbit, which display a particular position less often, in many cases only once or twice a day."
The video is used by NASA to also monitor the height and thickness of clouds, important factors for climate studies and meteorological analysis.
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But it should also provide enough evidence that our planet is beyond argumentation.
However, the belief that the Earth is flat has gathered new strength and traction in recent years.
While it is difficult to determine precisely how many people believe that the Earth is flat, there are annual conventions around the world, including in the UK, on the problem, each of which collects hundreds of people.