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Here are some of the most telling satellite pictures of rivers (which we sourced primarily from NASA Earth Observatory) and what they reveal about our close and often contentious relationship with vital waterways.
Before-and-after satellite photos show the staggering amount of water Hurricane Florence dumped on North Carolina
Hurricane Florence churned into North Carolina on September 14, bringing storm surge, flooding, and intense rainfall. Here's what the hardest hit areas looked like before and after the storm.
Games for the 2018 World Cup will be played at 12 stadiums across Russia, with locations spread more than 1,500 miles apart from east to west and more than 1,000 miles from north to south. Here's what they look like from satellites orbiting the Earth.
Stunning before-and-after satellite photos show how one of the most active volcanoes in Central America scorched the Earth near Guatemala
At least 99 people have been killed after Volcan de Fuego, one of the most active volcanoes in Central America, erupted several times over the last days. The village of San Miguel Los Lotes, as well as a nearby golf course, were engulfed in mud, ash, and debris.
The founder of a satellite imagery startup aiming to raise £20 million this year tells us how he is changing the commodity industry
"We give people access to new types of information and insight they've never been exposed to before," Bird.i founder Corentin Guillo told Business Insider.
BI PRIME: New satellite images analysed by Bird.i suggest Saudi Arabia's oil reserves may have increased in the first half of 2017.
DigitalGlobe, a satellite-imaging company, has photographed South Korea's stadiums, alpine tracks, skiing hills, and other venues in Pyeongchang from space.
Spacecraft are photographing an intense winter storm that's pummeling the eastern US with coastal flooding and blizzard-like snow and wind conditions.
Many of 2017's most important news stories were documented in remarkably detailed images taken by orbiting space satellites.
See one of Antarctica's largest icebergs in history being born and how it's moved in nine months' worth of satellite images compressed into 10 seconds.