APR 01, 2015 09:52 AM PDT

China's Yellow Sea From Space

China's turbid Yellow Sea as seen by NASA's Aqua satellite
About the Author
  • Andrew J. Dunlop lives and writes in a little town near Boston. He's interested in space, the Earth, and the way that humans and other species live on it.
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