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Deutsch: Satellitenfoto eines Teils des Great Barrier Reef nordöstlich von Australien. Es hat eine Länge von gut 2300 Kilometern und erreicht damit eine Ausdehnung vom 10. bis zum 24. südlichen Breitengrad. Hier ein Ausschnitt der Southern Section (auch Mackay Capricorn Reef). Östlich der Stadt Mackay im Bundesstaat Queensland. Es ist der nördliche Abschnitt der Sektion, der in die Central Section (auch Whitsunday Section) übergeht (bzw. vice versa). Der Bildausschnitt umfasst ca. 200×200 km.
English: Satelite image of the Great Barrier Reef
Suomi: Satellittikuva Isosta valliriutasta
Français : Image satellite d'une partie de la grande barrière de corail (NASA)
Italiano: Immagine satellitare di una parte della Grande barriera corallina (foto NASA)
Polski: Wielka Rafa Koralowa - zdjęcie satelitarne
Русский: Участок Большого барьерного рифа — вид из космоса
Svenska: Satellitbild av Stora barriärrevet
Date 26 August 2000
Source originally uploaded to en by User:Seth Ilys
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