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File:Nightfall europe-and-afrika 20050507-184500.jpg

English: Nightfall over Europe and Africa. The image is centered on latitude 48° north, longitude 4°17' east. The solar terminator is shown for UTC July 5, 2005 18:45:00. This is an artificial image generated using the Earth and Moon Viewer, earth imagery derived from the NASA Visible Earth Terra/MODIS cloudless Earth and DMSP city lights images.
Deutsch: de:Sonnenuntergang über de:Europa und de:Afrika. Das Bild ist auf den Koordinaten 48° nördlicher Breite und 4°17' östlicher Länge zentriert und zeigt die de:Tag-Nacht-Grenze am de:7. Mai de:2005 um 18:45:00 de:UTC. Es handelt sich um ein mit dem Earth and Moon Viewer künstlich erzeugtes Bild, die Bildaten stammen von NASA Visible Earth Terra/MODIS cloudless Earth und DMSP city lights images.
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