The Nile Delta in Egypt, acquired by Proba-V on 24 March 2014.
Celebrating one year since the miniature Proba-V satellite was launched from French Guiana in the early hours of 7 May 2013.
The 'V' stands for 'vegetation': the satellite was designed to provide a clear picture of the world’s plants so their health can be easily monitored. This information can also be used for day-by-day tracking of extreme weather, alerting authorities to crop failures, monitoring inland water resources and tracing the steady spread of deserts and deforestation.
See our gallery for more images from Proba-V's first year of operation: