Why Can’t We Get A Live Feed/Picture of Planet Earth?

According to NASA we can send STEREO satellites some 93 million miles and get amazing pictures of the Full Sun in rotation.

So why can we not get a real-time live feed of Full Earth?

A: Because it is all made up! If they had one of their tens of thousands of alleged satellites orbiting Earth at hundreds of miles up, we would have a live feed of Full Earth many, many years ago. hmmm.

3 thoughts on “Why Can’t We Get A Live Feed/Picture of Planet Earth?

  1. Kenneth T. February 18, 2016 at 5:03 pm Reply

    It’s not perfect and it’s not a sphere, but you know that. 🙂

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  2. Bobby February 18, 2016 at 6:24 pm Reply

    They will never admit that they have lied, ever. All they can do is come up with more nonsense to cover up the other nonsense. They have a tiger by the tail….. B

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  3. zeroinseeing February 19, 2016 at 12:51 am Reply

    Here is a live stream of the Earth. My thoughts are the Earth is a flat circular structure, the law of perspective goes further at the height of the satellite, but what appears as a sphere is actually the outer edge of the flat Earth and the law of perspective curves it giving it the appearance of curving down on the sides, of course, I have no idea of the nature of the camera lens which may also curve the live pictures, that is if they are not computer generated so that is 3 reasons of the curvature.
    Why do satellites stay up there and move? In my opinion, they do not have the weight of atmosphere we have down here to resist the velocity of their launch into a circular orbit around the flat circular earth, and this force remains permanent effectively for how long I do not know as the satellite pursues its circular launch.

    http://www.space.com/25797-nasa-hd-earth-from-space-video-webcasts.html

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