Application is still under development. New information will be added frequently.
EPIC is a four megapixel CCD camera and telescope aboard NOAA's DSCOVR satellite that takes 10 narrow-band spectral images of the entire sunlit face of Earth from 317 to 780 nanometers. EPIC takes a new picture approximately every hour from mid-April to mid-October or every two hours for the rest of the year. EPIC images reveal how the planet would look to human eyes, capturing the ever-changing motion of clouds and weather systems and the fixed features of Earth such as deserts, forests, and the distinct blues of different seas.
The DSCOVR satellite where EPIC is mounted is hanging at the neutral gravity point between the Earth and sun approximately one million miles from Earth. This image will give better understanding about the position and orbit of DSCOVR -
For more information about EPIC and DSCOVR, please visit,
https://epic.gsfc.nasa.gov/ , https://www.nesdis.noaa.gov/content/dscovr-deep-space-climate-observatory and https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2017/nasa-makes-an-epic-update-to-website-for-daily-earth-pics