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   xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Apr 20 04:06 PM

April 20, 2008: Saudi Pocks

A view from the International Space station.

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The western half of the Arabian peninsula contains not only large expanses of sand and gravel, but extensive lava fields known as haraat (harrat for a named field). One such field is the 14,000-square kilometer Harrat Khaybar, located approximately 137 kilometers to the northeast of the city of Al Madinah (Medina). According to scientists, the volcanic field was formed by eruptions along a 100-kilometer long north-south linear vent system over the past 5 million years; the most recent recorded eruption took place between 600 - 700 A.D. Harrat Khaybar contains a wide range of volcanic rock types and spectacular landforms, several of which are represented in this view.




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BeltNah  Sunday Apr 20 05:35 PM

Without the explanation I would have thought it was another planet.



BeltNah  Sunday Apr 20 06:02 PM

Help

Hey guys how do you suggest an IOtD I have a couple of things that I would like to suggest.

Thanks in advance



Sundae  Sunday Apr 20 06:47 PM

PM Bruce - he'll explain.



xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Apr 20 06:49 PM

I already PMed BeltNah.



Sundae  Sunday Apr 20 06:50 PM

You're just good



Kerotan  Sunday Apr 20 07:55 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by BeltNah View Post
Without the explanation I would have thought it was another planet.
Oh but it is.

Its the middle east.

see what i did there?


TheMercenary  Sunday Apr 20 08:20 PM

Wait a few years and Israel will most likely have a huge crater where it use to be.



Scriveyn  Monday Apr 21 03:16 AM

Hey, there is a Muppet face near the bottom right corner!



Bet those people from Mars think it is a sign of intelligent life on earth. Man, they are wrong!



spudcon  Monday Apr 21 07:10 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Scriveyn View Post
Hey, there is a Muppet face near the bottom right corner!



Bet those people from Mars think it is a sign of intelligent life on earth. Man, they are wrong!
scriveyn's right! It's Oscar the Grouch!


The 42  Monday Apr 21 06:11 PM

It looks like Mother Earth has been popping her pimples...



OB  Tuesday Apr 22 12:49 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Scriveyn View Post
Hey, there is a Muppet face near the bottom right corner!



Bet those people from Mars think it is a sign of intelligent life on earth. Man, they are wrong!
If you look directly below and to the right, Jabba the Hutt is making an appearance as well.


spudcon  Wednesday Apr 23 06:33 PM

And another Sesame Street denizen, Big Slug.



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