CNES, 2000 DISTRIBUTION SPOT IMAGE / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY CNES, 2000 DISTRIBUTION SPOT IMAGE / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Sydney. Infrared SPOT satellite image of Sydney, Australia. North is at top. Built-up areas are light blue, vegetation is red and water is black. Sydney is the capital of the state New South Wales, and is the most populous city in Australia. The main part of the city lies between Port Jackson (black, upper right) and Botany Bay, to the south of Port Jackson. Both of these are inlets of the Tasman Sea, part of the Pacific Ocean. The runways of Kingsford Smith International Airport are seen extending into Botany Bay at centre right. Image taken by a French SPOT Earth-observation satellite.
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