A recent image supplied by the European Space Agency (ESA) shows a photo of the Nile River in Egypt running a blood red color.
GeoBeats News reports:
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The red in the picture signifies the presence of vegetation, reports CBS News.
Gathered by the new Sentinel-3A satellite, the picture taken on March 3, 2016 is teeming with detail.
Egypt showcases its capital city of Cairo, as the Nile River pulses toward where it empties into the Mediterranean Sea.
Sitting distantly northward are the islands of Cyprus and Crete.
Somewhat counterintuitively, the Red Sea also appears in the image, on the east, just not really red at all.
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