In 1968, a member of the Apollo 8 mission took a photograph from space: Earth in a single frame. Most of us will never get this truly global perspective: we have a hard enough time thinking past our immediate point of view, stuck five or six feet above the ground. When the photo first appeared, it sparked a new consideration of human impact on climate and the environment that extended well beyond our personal bubbles.
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