SPOT-1 satellite image of the island of Bermuda

SPOT-1 satellite image of the island of Bermuda

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Credit: CNES, 1989 DISTRIBUTION SPOT IMAGE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Bermuda. SPOT-1 satellite image of the Atlantic ocean island chain of Bermuda, seen from space. The image approximates to true colours. North is at top. Bermuda comprises about 150 low-lying coral islands and islets, 20 of which are inhabi- ted. The largest and longest island (lower right) is Great Bermuda, being most populated with white buildings and containing the capital Hamilton. At centre right is St. David's Island with runways of Kindley airport. Out to sea to the west can be seen submerged reefs. Bermuda is a British self- governing dependency, some 900km east of the USA. Image by French SPOT-1 satellite, taken in March.

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