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Flat Earth Theory debunked: NASA releases the image of the Earth taken from a million miles away

Plate theory has been debunked Representation of flat ground [1 9659003] Screengrab from YouTube The flat theory is becoming more…

Plate theory has been debunked Representation of flat ground [1

9659003] Screengrab from YouTube

The flat theory is becoming more popular and now NASA has successfully lost it by releasing the image of the Earth taken by a satellite one million miles away. The incredible foot caught by a camera aboard the satellite based satellite base Deep The Space Climate Observatory (NOSC) revealed that the earth is a sphere.

Interestingly, the camera from this distance can observe the Earth from sunrise to sunset. The camera onboard DSCOVR usually captures an average of each summer and a photo every two hours on in the winter.

“In view of the EPIC’s special viewpoints and frequent observations, we can observe the daily part of daily cycles of many phenomena. For example, EPIC can follow a volcanic eruption or a firepower throughout the day. These measurements complement those taken by other low terrestrial satellites, which look a certain place less often, many times only once or twice a day, “said Alexander Marshak, deputy project manager for the Deep Space Climate Observatory mission. [19659005] Even in this growing critique, planetary earth theorists strongly argue that these Earth images released by NASA are computer-generated. According to plot landlords, the South Pole is the border on the earth where giant ice walls serve as a wall that prevents us from falling down. These theorists also allow governments worldwide building their military bases on the south pole after realizing that the earth is completely flat, floating in the solar system.

The Earth Earth Theorists also claim that the Earth is basically a stationary object placed in space, and they believe that this body is not Circles around the sun.

Interestingly, many prominent personalities include Fo rmer English cricket captain Andrew Flintoff is strong advocate of flat earth theory.

“If you’re in a helicopter and you hover, why does not the earth come to you if it’s round? Why should the water stay if we trip through space? Why is not it wobbling? If you burn a laser about 16 miles if the world was bent, you should not be able to see it but you can, says Flintoff last year.

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