Why do we see the North American continent moving in a clockwise direction?
The North American Continent is moving clockwise across the sky.
According to the latest NASA satellite images released on Thursday, the North Atlantic Ocean is at its most active during March.
The image shows the North America/Atlantic basin, a region that stretches from the Arctic Circle across to Europe and Australia, which sits at the eastern end of the Atlantic.
It shows the region at its widest point, which is the mid-Atlantic.
NASA has used the Landsat 8 satellite to monitor changes in the North Pacific Ocean for the past decade.
This image shows changes in North Atlantic surface temperatures, with red, orange and blue shading, over the past 50 years.
At the north-eastern tip of the North Pole, the northern edge of the Northern Hemisphere is at maximum activity.
Over the next two weeks, the Arctic Ocean will be the most active region on Earth, with the Antarctic region in between, with activity beginning in the next week.
For the second time this year, the Antarctic Peninsula is the warmest region on the planet.
And for the third time this decade, the tropical Atlantic will be at its warmest.
There are still a few days left in March.NASA’s latest images reveal the most activity during March, which means the next few days will be even warmer than usual.
However, this year’s images will not be as warm as last year’s.