Help Alaska keep an eye on Russia from home

Via Slate, here’s a nifty webcam that shows you live images of Russia taken from across the international dateline in Alaska. (Actually it’s the Russian island of Big Diomede from the Alaskan Little Diomede): Screen Shot I don’t see any nuclear missiles but I’m sure that’s just because of the condensation on the lens.

By , a former associate editor at Foreign Policy.
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Via Slate, here's a nifty webcam that shows you live images of Russia taken from across the international dateline in Alaska. (Actually it's the Russian island of Big Diomede from the Alaskan Little Diomede):

Via Slate, here’s a nifty webcam that shows you live images of Russia taken from across the international dateline in Alaska. (Actually it’s the Russian island of Big Diomede from the Alaskan Little Diomede):

Screen Shot
I don’t see any nuclear missiles but I’m sure that’s just because of the condensation on the lens.

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @joshuakeating

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