NASA scientists have released a stunning time-lapse video showing our planet's eastern hemisphere from January 18th to July 25th, 2014. Viewed from this perspective, the Earth is seen as a shimmering, swirling orb of hyperactivity.
For the first time since arriving on Mars, NASA's Curiosity Rover has captured a picture of the Earth. And remarkably, if you look really closely, you can also see our moon.
A special HDTV camera on Japan's lunar probe, SELENE, captured the first ever hi-def image of the Earth sinking over the Moon's horizon, released Nov. 13. You can just see the brown shape of Australia on the top left. And click through for a gallery of cool images of last Friday's spacewalk at the International Space…