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English: First television image of Earth from space. Taken from TIROS-1.
Deutsch: Erstes Fernsehbild von aus dem Weltraum. Aufgenommen von TIROS-1.
Русский: Первое изображение телевидения земли от космоса.
Português: Primeira imagem da televisão da terra do espaço.
Español: Primera imagen de la televisión de la tierra del espacio.
Italiano: Prima immagine della televisione di terra da spazio.
Nederlands: Eerste televisiebeeld van Aarde van ruimte.
Français : Première image de télévision de la terre de l'espace.
Ελληνικά: Πρώτη τηλεοπτική εικόνα της γης από το διάστημα.
العربية: الاولى التلفزيون صورة الأرض من الفضاء.
中文: 第一次看电视的形象,从地球上的空间。
日本語: 最初のテレビの画像から地球のスペースが必要です。
한국어: 우주에서 지구 첫 텔레비전의 이미지입니다.
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