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Snow on the Dnieper River

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Swirling snow drifts accent the terrain surrounding the Dnieper River, which flows for roughly 1,400
 
December 7 · Issue #457 · View online
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Swirling snow drifts accent the terrain surrounding the Dnieper River, which flows for roughly 1,400 miles (2,200 km) from Russia to the Black Sea. The Dnieper is the longest river in the Ukraine and Belarus, and the fourth-longest river in Europe. This amazing image was captured by European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet while aboard the International Space Station in February 2017.
51°11'35.0"N, 30°31'25.8"E

Source imagery: NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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