Our planet is a dynamic place. The surface of the Earth is constantly changing, and sometimes, these changes aren't even our fault. NASA, having no shuttles to play with anymore, has been keeping track of the spots where these changes are the most obvious, and it's got a website dedicated to satellite images showing differences over time.
NASA's State of Flux website shows images documenting climate change, urbanization, and the effects of natural disasters like fires and floods. Each set of images covers a span of time ranging from days to decades and even centuries. The website has over 150 pics, and we've picked ten of our favorites to show you in the gallery below, complete with captions from NASA.