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A startup is printing giant photos of Earth from space, and they're gorgeous

Our view from the ground is a myopically thin slice of reality. Satellites in space, however, can record unparalleled views of Earth — from its beautiful natural landscapes to expanding human cities — in stunning detail. To bring those views closer to home, a group of architects, urban planners, mapmakers, and scientists formed My Orbiter. The company curates, prints, and sells more than 100 of the best satellite images available as huge, ultra-high-resolution photo prints.
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