If night lights were mountains: Cartographer invents whole new way to look at Earth
from The Washington Post
Thousands of mountaineers have conquered Everest. But how many have climbed into the thermosphere to summit a peak of raw, incandescent light? Alpinists wishing to challenge the laws of physics will find a wonderfully illustrative road map in Jacob Wasilkowski's "Earth at Night, Mountains of Light." The St. Louis-based geospatial Web developer has taken the brightest spots on the planet at night and transformed them into luminous, towering structures.
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