Earth from Space: Namib Desert


The Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over part of the Namib Desert, considered the oldest desert on Earth, in this week’s edition of the Earth from Space programme.

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  1. I love this desert, already visited 2 times by walking(*)
    The Namib desert is as beautiful seen from the sky as at ground level.
    Thanks for sharing.
    (*) Big daddy already climbed indeed. It's so spectacular to see dead rivers (like Dead Vley)
    I also flew over the desert by small plane…
    Actually it's hard to be confined, vidéo like yours makes us to get away.

    (Sorry for my English, I'm French)

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