Satellite mosaic of Mexico

Satellite mosaic of Mexico

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Credit: WORLDSAT INTERNATIONAL INC./SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: Mexico. Mosaic of satellite images showing Mexico and its surroundings. Mexico's neighbours are the USA to the north and Belize and Honduras to the south east (lower left) in the Yucatan Peninsula. The long peninsula of Baja California (left) is on Mexico's Pacific coast. The 'backbone' of the country is the Sierra Madre mountain range, seen here in brown. These mountains were formed by a destructive tectonic plate margin, and contain many active volcanoes. The data for this image were gathered by NOAA weather satellites.

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Keywords: baja california, countries, country, earth science, from space, mexico, nation, nations, sciences, sierra madre mountains, yucatan peninsula

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