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NASA Shows Night Pictures Of Earth: Internet Going Crazy

by Ayushi Veda
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NASA’s latest photograph of the Earth at night has caused a stir on the internet, with users claiming that India is shining too bright.

The image, captured by NASA’s Suomi NPP satellite, shows the planet at night, with bright spots indicating the presence of cities and other human settlements. While the image is a stunning display of the human impact on the planet, some users were quick to point out that India appears to be much brighter than other countries.

Social media was abuzz with comments on the photograph, with many users expressing concern over India’s rapidly growing energy consumption and the impact it could have on the environment.

“India shining too bright. Looks like it’s going to swallow up the rest of the world,” wrote one user on Twitter.

“India’s growth is great, but at what cost to the planet?” wrote another.

NASA has not yet commented on the claims that India is shining too brightly in the photograph. However, the image does highlight the rapid pace of urbanization and economic growth in India, which has seen the country’s energy consumption increase dramatically in recent years.

The Indian government has set ambitious targets for renewable energy production and has made efforts to reduce the country’s dependence on coal and other fossil fuels. However, with the country’s population expected to continue to grow, experts warn that more needs to be done to ensure that India’s economic growth is sustainable and does not come at the expense of the environment.

The photograph also highlights the stark differences in energy consumption between developed and developing countries. While the United States and other developed countries appear as a patchwork of bright lights in the photograph, many developing countries, including large parts of Africa and Southeast Asia, remain dark.

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