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Copernicus Sentinel-2A captures Ouarkziz crater

Part of the Anti-Atlas mountains bordering the Sahara Desert in western Algeria is pictured in this satellite image.
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Ouarkziz crater

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Earth observation image of the week: a Sentinel-2A image of the Anti-Atlas mountains in Western Algeria

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