It's nearly impossible for us to imagine how the Earth might look to someone who's only ever seen it from a local's vantage point. But thanks to the Library of Congress, we don't have to imagine — newly posted images of 19th century drawings show us exactly what humans thought the Earth looked like far before we could ever have known for sure.
What We Used To Think The Earth Looked Like From Space
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