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Here are some cool sea photos. You can make any of these images into your computer desktop wallpaper. Just click on an image to enlarge it, and then choose “Set as Desktop Background”.
This image of the Inland Sea in Japan was taken on October 1989 during the STS-34 mission to space. The Kii Channel can also be seen in the image. Inland Sea was previously called Seto Inland Sea.
This spectacular image of the Ionian Sea was taken by a crew member of the space shuttle Endeavour during the STS-118 mission on November 27, 2007. The International Space Station can also be seen above the Ionian Sea.
Here’s an image of the Red Sea taken on November 1985 during the STS-61A mission to space. Red Sea is located between the continents of Africa and Asia. The hostile Denakil Desert can also be seen in the image above.
This image of the Sea of Crete was obtained during the STS-61A mission on November 1985. The Sea of Crete is situated south of the Aegean Sea, above the Crete island.
This is an image of the Mediterranean Sea taken on May 1991 during the STS-39 mission to space. Technically, the Mediterranean Sea is a part of the Atlantic Ocean as this is directly connected to the ocean. It has an average depth of 1,500 meters.
We’ve also recorded an episode of Astronomy Cast all about planet Earth. Listen here, Episode 51: Earth.