Daily Time-Lapse of Earth From Deep Space

NASA has launched a page which is updated each day with a time-lapse of Earth from the DSCOVR satellite that is orbiting at the Lagrangian point 1,500,000 kilometers away.

DSCOVR is a satellite that hitched a ride on a SpaceX rocket earlier this year and orbits in deep space while monitoring solar winds, coronal mass ejections and other solar activity. Pretty photographs of Earth are a bonus.

It is the first satellite to orbit our planet from deep space and provides an early warning system for solar storms.