Valles Caldera is the remains of a collapsed magma chamber which spans some 22 kilometres (14 miles) in New Mexico, and is featured below in the image taken by the Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus on Landsat 7 satellite on May 22, 2002.
The plumes of smoke visible in this image of the Honey Prairie Fire are probably the only thing to worry about, as the fire scours away the scrub and brush in the Okefenokee Swamp in southern Georgia, clearing the land for fresh prairie grass to grow back.
Île Balabio, an island east off the tip of New Caledonia, is seen here surrounded by the beautiful reefs and lagoons in this image taken by the Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus on NASA’s Landsat 7 satellite.
This false-colour image of Lake Carnegie in Western Australia was taken by Landsat 7’s Enhanced Thematic Mapper plus (ETM+) sensor on May 19, 1999.
This image depicts actual landforms on Earth, rather than what it might look like at first glance, a new-age painting on a sidewalk somewhere. Taken by the Enhanced Thematic Mapper plus (ETM+) instrument aboard the Landsat 7 satellite on January 17, 2001, and depicts the sands and seaweed in the Bahamas.
This utterly spectacular image was acquired by Landsat 7 and provided courtesy of NASA, showing Mount St. Helens. The image was actually taken on August 22, 1999, nearly 20 years after Mount St. Helens exploded, killing few but causing billions of property damage.