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A project of the U.S. agency takes pictures of the world's oceans that recall the paintings of the great Dutch painter
The surface of the Earth's oceans recorded for 30 months. This is the project that NASA has undertaken since its Scientific Visualization Studio and displays the images collected between June 2005 and December 2007 of the world's oceans. The project is called Perpetual Ocean.
The animation is created using high-resolution model for the world's oceans of the U.S. space agency, which is normally used to perform simulations and to predict changes in the currents. This time the results show a movement and shapes and colors that recall the paintings of the great Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh.