This is the current frosty state of New Jersey’s Metlife Stadium, the site for the Super Bowl XLVIII captured by NASA’s Earth Observing-1 satellite.
The Super Bowl has always been held either in a warm environment or indoors, but for the first time in 47 years, Super Bowl XLVII is being held in an outdoor stadium in a northern, cold-weather environment.
Mike Carlowicz, chief editor of NASA’s Earth Observatory wrote:
“The segmented brown parcels around the stadium are marshy “meadowlands.” Sitting along the west bank of the Hackensack River about five miles west of New York City, the Meadowlands have a long and environmentally difficult history.”
[Image Credit: Earth Observatory, NASA]
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Thanks. I live in Seattle, so it was a great game.
Good to know. 🙂
Fantastic image! But, the xlviii game…
Yeah, it’s bad.
Reblogged this on Blanche Seulement and commented:
Wow. Amazayn ! ☺️