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https://flic.kr/p/whv151 | East Kazakhstan with a height of 9800 meters

https://flic.kr/p/whv151 | East Kazakhstan with a height of 9800 meters

https://flic.kr/p/mZqTsU | Salt marsh, Kazakhstan | This satellite image was acquired over the edge of a salt marsh near the northeast Caspian Sea in southwestern Kazakhstan.   The Caspian Sea (not pictured) is the largest inland body of water by surface area. With an average depth of about 5 m, the northern part of the Caspian is very shallow, while the central and southern parts of the sea are much deeper.

https://flic.kr/p/mZqTsU | Salt marsh, Kazakhstan | This satellite image was acquired over the edge of a salt marsh near the northeast Caspian Sea in southwestern Kazakhstan. The Caspian Sea (not pictured) is the largest inland body of water by surface area. With an average depth of about 5 m, the northern part of the Caspian is very shallow, while the central and southern parts of the sea are much deeper.

https://flic.kr/p/g7FFQo | sts028-087-061 | STS028-087-061   Caspian Sea, Mertvyy Kultuk Salt Flat, Kazakhstan   August 1989 This west-looking view shows the northeast section of the Caspian Sea.  The Caspian Sea is the world’s largest inland expanse of water.  The northern part of the sea visible in this view, reaches a depth of only 17 feet (5 meters).

https://flic.kr/p/g7FFQo | sts028-087-061 | STS028-087-061 Caspian Sea, Mertvyy Kultuk Salt Flat, Kazakhstan August 1989 This west-looking view shows the northeast section of the Caspian Sea. The Caspian Sea is the world’s largest inland expanse of water. The northern part of the sea visible in this view, reaches a depth of only 17 feet (5 meters).

Lake Balkhash in Kazakhstan

Lake Balkhash in Kazakhstan

https://flic.kr/p/rwYLst | Озеро Балхаш // Lake Balkhash | Озеро Балхаш, Казахстан. Фотография космонавта Антона Шкаплерова.  Lake Balkhash, Kazakhstan. Photo by cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov.

https://flic.kr/p/rwYLst | Озеро Балхаш // Lake Balkhash | Озеро Балхаш, Казахстан. Фотография космонавта Антона Шкаплерова. Lake Balkhash, Kazakhstan. Photo by cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov.

Where China (right) and Kazakhstan (left) Meet | NASA August 16, 2014: While people often say that borders aren’t visible from space, the line between Kazakhstan and China could not be more clear in this satellite image. Acquired by the Landsat 8 satellite on September 9, 2013, the image shows northwestern China around the city of Qoqek and far eastern Kazakhstan near Lake Balqash.  The border between the two countries is defined by land-use policies. In China, land use is intense. Only ...

Satellite Images of Agricultural Fields Make the Earth Look The border between Kazakhstan and China, nea the city of Qoqek (also known as Tacheng), China, on an image acquired by the Landsat 8 satellite

Aerial view of Lake Balkhash in Kazakhstan

Aerial view of Lake Balkhash in Kazakhstan

https://flic.kr/p/fg2aEa | sts047-079-083 | STS047-079-083  Aral Sea, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan  September 1992 A much depleted Aral Sea (refer to the July 1985 photograph STS-51F-036-0059) can be seen in this south-looking, low-oblique view.  The emerging, pointed island of Barsa-Kel’mes and the expanding, broad Vozrozhdeniya Island are visible in the center of the sea.  Vozrozhdeniya Island is expanding southward toward the Amu Darya River Delta and northward toward the growing Kulandy…

Aral Sea, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan September 1992

https://flic.kr/p/fgu54X | sts059-223-071 | STS059-223-071   Northern Caspian Sea, Kazakhstan   April 1994 This north-looking view shows the northern Caspian Sea and its surrounding lowlands.  The Caspian Sea is the largest inland body of water in the world.  The sea is presently near 88 feet (27 meters) below sea level.  The water levels of the Caspian Sea rose during the decade of the 1990’s.  Before the decade of the 1990’s, water levels had been receding due to the construction of dams…

https://flic.kr/p/fgu54X | sts059-223-071 | STS059-223-071 Northern Caspian Sea, Kazakhstan April 1994 This north-looking view shows the northern Caspian Sea and its surrounding lowlands. The Caspian Sea is the largest inland body of water in the world. The sea is presently near 88 feet (27 meters) below sea level. The water levels of the Caspian Sea rose during the decade of the 1990’s. Before the decade of the 1990’s, water levels had been receding due to the construction of dams…

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