This is what Lima looks like from space: a photo taken by the European Space Agency

This is what Lima looks like from space: a photo taken by the European Space Agency

Peru in sight of the world after European Space Agency (ESA) Post a satellite image lima Taken from space.

The high-resolution image was taken with a file Copernicus Sentinel, a pair of twin satellites orbits the Earth once every 100 minutes.

“Lima, The commercial and industrial center of Peru is located on mostly flat land in the Peruvian coastal plain, within the valleys of the Chilon, Rimac and Lorraine rivers. The city is bounded on the east by the foothills of the Andes and on the west by the Pacific Ocean,” says which – which.

in the picture You can see the coastal desert, and its rivers run through it. “Lima It can be seen directly on the south bank of the Rimac River, which flows for about 200 kilometers through the lima, Before it was emptied near Callao, a port city and port in the metropolitan area lima (the largest metropolitan area in Peru).

The who – which It allows you to zoom in on some points in Callao such as Jorge Chávez Airport, San Lorenzo Island, Drontón or Palomino Islands.

Peru from space

Two months ago, US astronaut Shane Kimbra took a picture of Camana, Arequipa, from the International Space Station.

In the photo you can see that, indeed, the entire crop field benefited from the Kamana River, a continuation of the Kolka River. In this place, which is also called Wadi Majes, rice and wheat are grown.

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