Landsat photo of part of Namibia

Landsat photo of part of Namibia

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Credit: MDA INFORMATION SYSTEMS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Natural-colour Landsat satellite image of part of Namibia, Africa. This image clearly demonstrates the boundary between the two types of terrain in the Namib Desert: the sandy desert of the south (bottom) and the rocky desert of the north. The boundary is the seasonal Kuiseb River. A small oval feature, ringed with pale grey, may be seen just below top centre. This is Rossing, site of the world's largest uranium deposit. The orange- tinted terrain toward top right is part of the Khomas Highland.

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Keywords: desert landscape, environment, from space, geography, landsat imagery, mineral exploration, namibia, rossing mine, uranium

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