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Digital Globes Offer a Dynamic Vision - The New York Times

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In the main hall of the hands-on science exhibits at the Cape Town Science Center in South Africa, a lifeless, tattered globe stands under naked fluorescent bulbs, all but ignored by children passing through on school tours.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/08/science/digital-globes-a-new-way-to-view-the-world.html

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