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Great Inagua

Description: Great Inagua is one of the larger of the Bahama Islands. It is 66 km long from east to west and 33 km wide. With the exception of three higher hills, most of the island is low and flat. Several very large lakes dominate the interior.

Click here to view the full size image Great Inagua and Little Inagua Islands. Much of Great Inagua is a Bahamas National Trust Park, while a Land and Sea Park occupies Little Inagua.
Date Taken: 28 August 1995
NASA Photo ID: STS51I-31-070
Click here to view the full size image Great Inagua Island. Lake Rosa occupies much of the western half of the island (21.0 N, 73.5 W).
Date Taken: 9 July 1994
NASA Photo ID: STS065-72-040
Click here to view the full size image Great Inagua Island. Western end of Great Inagua Island (21.0 N, 73.5 W) with Lake Rosa visible as the lighter area in the interior of the island.
Date Taken: November 1984
NASA Photo ID: STS51A-34-101

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