Earth from Space: Lake Mar Chiquita, Argentina
The Copernicus Sentinel-1 takes us over Lake Mar Chiquita – an endorheic salt lake in the northeast province of Córdoba, Argentina, in this edition of the Earth from Space programme.
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First of all… the name of this geographical feature is ¨Laguna Mar Chiquita¨, so in English it would be ¨Small-sea lagoon¨.. the ¨lagoon¨ being part of the name. You could also have called it ¨Ansenuza¨, which is how the natives used to call this place in their – now dead – language. Second of all, the city of Rafaela has some 100K inhabitants and San Francisco´s population is now somewhere close to the 60K… people from these places will certainly take offense in being called ¨villagers¨. Other than that, amazing video!!!