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Ajaccio, France

Ajaccio is a French administrative division, located on the west coast of the island of Corsica, France. The city is approx. 82.03 sq. km which extends up to Gravona River and has dry summer climate. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Algiers, Algeria

Algiers is the capital and largest city of Algeria, located on Mediterranean Sea at the north-central portion of Algeria, so its climate is Mediterranean. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Bamako, Mali

The city is located on the floodplain of the Niger River. It is the capital and nation’s administrative of the Mali with a population of 1.8 million as per 2009 census. Being the largest city of Mali, it serves as the economic hub of the country. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Belgrade, Serbia

Belgrade is a capital, white and largest city of the Serbia, located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, with a population of 1.65 million. It is one of the prehistoric city in which Vinca culture were evolved. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Bissagos, Guinea-Bissau

Bissagos are a group of 88 islands located in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of the Guinea-Bissau, with an area of 2624 sq. km. Their ecosystem is dominated by Mangroves with intertidal zones, palm forest etc. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Bora Bora, France

Bora Bora is international tourist island in the Pacific Ocean, France, which is famous for its Aqua-centric luxury resortsand it is a remnant of an extinct volcano with two peaks. Its area is 29.3 sq. km with highest point of 727 m with 8800 population. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Brisbane, Australia

Brisbane is the capital of the Queensland, Australia, situated at the concave side of the Brisbane River. It hosted commonwealth games in 1982 and it is also in news to bid for 2024 Olympics games. Its climate is humid subtropical. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Caserta, Italy

Caserta is a capital and an important agricultural, commercial and industrial city of the province of Caserta in the Campania region of Italy located at the foothills of the Subapennine Mountain range. It covers 5407 sq. km area with population of 76326. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Chicoutimi, Canada

Chicoutimi is situated on the south shore of the Saguenay River in Canada. It is the most populous city of Saguenay, Canada. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Dead Sea

Dead Sea is the deepest hypersaline lake in the world with a depth of 304 m, situated between Jordan in east and Israel in west. It is 50 km long and 9 km wide with the catchment area of 41,650sq. Km. Due to its high salinity plants and animal life cannot flourish in it. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Gaborone, Botswana

Gaborone is the capital and largest city of the Botswana, situated between Kgale and Oodi Hills on the Notwane River, Botswana. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Gibraltar

Gibraltar is territory of British Overseas, covers an area of 6.7 sq. km, located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula. In 2016 WHO reported that Gibraltar has the worst air quality in any British Territory. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Heron Island, Australia

Heron Island is a small sandy island with an area of 0.29 km2 on the surface of the coral reef in the southern Great Barrier Reef Queensland, Australia. It has developed in a high energy environment with high tidal flows promoting water turnover and unobstructed access to the ocean. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul is the economy, cultural and historic hub of the Turkey, located in north-western with total area of 5,343 sq. km. Its population is 14,804,116 which are highest among other city of Turkey. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Lakes of Ounianga

Lakes of Ounianga are UNESCO world heritage site lakes located in the Sahara desert. There are total 18 lakes in a series of Ounianga each of them have some diagnostic features. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Mecca, Saudi Arabia

Makkah or Maccais a holiest city in Muslim religion situated in the Hejaz region of Kingdom of Saudi which is a home to the Kaaba Islam holiest site as well as being the direction of Muslim prayer. It is a birth place of Muhammad which is the prophet of Islam and the site of Muhammad’s first revelation of Quran. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Mogadishu, Somalia

Mogadishu or Hamar is the capital and most populous city of Somalia, located in the coastal Banaadir region on the Indian Ocean. It is mainly affected by la Nino and El Nino which causes drought and thus affects its economy. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Mount Vesuvius, Italy

Mount Vesuvius is the somma-stratovolcano located on the Gulf of Naples in Campania, Italy. It formed due to collision of the African and Eurasian plates. Last eruption was occurred in 1944. The height of the cone is not constant and it was 1281 m in 2010. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Mozambique Island

Mozambique Island located in the Northern Mozambique between the Mozambique Channel and Mossuril Bay. The island is UNSECO world heritage site and tourist destination. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Namib Desert, Namibia

Namib is a coastal desert along the Atlantic coast of Angola, Namibia and South Africa, stretch up to 2000 km long and 200 km wide along the coast. Several dunes are created and destroyed reaching maximum height of 300m and it also consist sand sea near the coast. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Napa, California

Napa is the largest city of Napa County in California, located at the Napa River with 18.1 sq. km area. It is high population density city having 80011 as of 2010 census. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Nazca line, Peru

Nazca lines are a series of large design or motif i.e. animal, birds, fish, money and human being produced on the ground located in southern Peru. They are UNESCO world heritage site and designed on arid plateau stretches more than 80 km. Scholars and scientist team believe that they were created by Nazca culture between 500 BCE and 500 CE. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

New York, USA

New York is a north-eastern USA state with a total area of 141,300 sq. Km, bordered by New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, Vermont in south and east respectively. Hudson River is the main source of fresh water which flows through east of New York. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Paphos, Cyprus

Paphos is a Mediterranean coastal city in the Cyprus. This city believes to be the birthplace of the Greek goddess of love and beauty. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Phalaborwa, South Africa

Phalaborwa is a town known for its massive open pit mine of copper with some by-products i.e. Nickel sulphate, sulphuric acid and magnetite, which is the widest man-made hole at 2000m wide, located in the Mopani district Municipality, Limpopo province, South Africa. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Pretoria, South Africa

Pretoria is one of the country’s three capital cities, situated 55 km northeast of Johannesburg, South Africa. The city lies at 1339 m elevation and surrounded by Magaliesberg Mountain range, with humid subtropical climate. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Rabat, Morocco

Rabat is a capital of Morocco located on the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of Bou Regreg River. It is the seventh largest city of the Morocco with an area of 117 sq. km. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

San Francisco, USA

San Francisco is the birthplace of United Nations located on the Pacific Ocean west coast of United States at the north end of the San Francisco Peninsula. Golden Gate suspension Bridge connects San Francisco to Marin Country. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Santiago, Chile

Santiago is the largest city of Americas and capital of Chile, located at the central valley at the elevation of 520 m. It is a large bowl shaped valley consisting of fertile land and surrounded by mountains. Its area is 641 sq. km. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Semarang, Indonesia

Semarang is the largest city of province of central Java with an area of 373 sq. km, located on the north coast of the Java Island, Indonesia. It is the fifth most populated city of the Indonesia, having population of 3,183516. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Addis Ababa is the capital and largest city of Ethiopia. It is the home of Addis Ababa University, FASC (federation of African Societies of Chemistry) and horn of Africa Press Institute. ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

RAID, Antarctica

Pléiades satellites tracked the series of convoys in Antarctica known as “RAID” in November 2016 which supply food, fuel, scientific equipment to the Concordia polar research station organised by Institute PolaireFrançais Paul-Emile Victor (IPEV).

Bird's Nest, Beijing, China

It is a national stadium opened on 28 June 2008 and designed for 2008 summer Olympics and Paralympics and will be used again in 2022 for winter Olympics and Paralympics. ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Disney World, Epcot, USA

It’s a sixth most visited theme park operated by Walt Disney Company, located at the Walt Disney World resort in Bay Lake, Florida. ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Disney World, USA

Disney world is the most visited place in the world founded in 1971, it covers 110 km2 consist of many hotels, park, and water park etc. ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Dubai, UAE

Dubai is most populous, global city and business hub in the UAE, situated on the Coast of Persian Sea. It has major crude oil resources.©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Golden Gate Bridge, USA

It is a 2.7 km long, 90ft wide and 746ft height suspension bridge spanning the Golden Gate, the opening of the San Francisco Bay into the Pacific Ocean. Strait, located at California, USA.©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Grant Park, Chicago, USA

Grant Park is a large urban park with an area of 1.29 km2 in the loop community area of Chicago. Most diagnostics features are Millennium Park, Buckingham Fountain, Art Institute of Chicago and Museum campus.

Guitar Forest, Argentina

“Pampas” is a guitar shaped forest in Argentina, made by a farmer who plants over 7000 trees of cypress and eucalyptus at over 1 km. Due to its unique shape and size it is visible for passing plane and satellites.

Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong is a vibrant and special administrative region of the People’s Republic of china at the Pearl River Delta. ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Kabul Airport, Afghanistan

Kabul International Airport also known as Khwaja Rawash Airport is one of the busiest airport in Afghanistan which open 24 hours for military and 5:00 am to 11:00 pm for civilians.©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Marrakech Menara Airport, Morocco

Marrakech Menara Airport is an international airport operated by ONDA and Royal Air Force at Morocco. Its runway is 3100 m long which is used for civilians and Military flights. ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Marrakech, Morocco

Marrakech is the fourth largest city of Morocco, located to the north of the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Mont Saint-Michel, France

Mont Saint-Michel is a rocky tidal island located at 1 km away from the France north-western coast at the mouth of the Couesnon River. It is 100 hectares in size.©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Nouakchott, Mauritania

‘Nouakchott” a city located at the Atlantic Coast,is one of the largest cities in Sahara and capital of Mauritania since 1958. It serves as the administrative and economic centre of the Mauritania.Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Oil Rig explosion, Abkatun

Oil Rig explosion occurred on 1st April 2015 at the Abkatun standing platform used to separate gas from crude oil which comes under Pemex a Mexican State owned Petroleum Company created in 1938. The explosion started with fire in the dewatering pumping area of the Abkatun although its caused is not yet clear.

Paris, France

Paris, the city of love, is the capital of France.It’s a highly rated tourist place mainly due to Eiffel Tower, situated at the bank of Seine River. Image ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Persian Gulf,Doha, Qatar

Persian Gulf also known as Arabian Gulf is located at Doha, Qatar. It is a Mediterranean sea in western Asia lies between Iran and the Arabian Peninsula, having a maximum depth of 90m. The Persian Gulf and its coastal areas are the world’s largest single source of crude oil.

Saint Petersburg, Russia

It is the second largest city after Moscow, cultural capital and important port at Baltic Sea, with an area of 1,439km2. ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Shanghai, China

Shanghai is the largest city in the People’s Republic of China and most populated city in the world with a population of more than 23 million. It is a centre of Global finance and consists of world’s busiest container pot at the Yangtze River. ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

South Railway Station, Beijing, China

It is one of the largest railway station of Asia and destination of high speed trains in Fengtai district, Beijing. It occupies 32 hectare area.

Stuttgart, Germany

Stuttgart is the capital and largest city of the German state of the Baden- Wurttemberg, located at the Valley of Neckar River. ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Tripoli Harbour, Libya

Tripoli Harbour is the capital and principal port of the Libya, covers an area of 3 km2. It is the oldest port in the Mediterranean Sea. ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

TucsonBoneyard

Tucson Boneyard is a storage area for aircraft that are not in use, in the Arizona, United Kingdom. Their parts can be reused in other aircraft. . ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Uluru or Ayers Rocks, Australia

Uluru is an inselberg at 863m elevation, in the southern part of the northern Territory in central Australia. It composed of Arkose, a type of sandstone. ©CNES Distribution: Astrium Services/SPOT image.

Wuhan, China

“Wuhan city” located at the intersection of Yangtze and Han rivers, is the most populated city in Central China.