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Yarlung Tsangpo River

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July 25 · Issue #1690 · View online
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The Yarlung Tsangpo River changes course over the years as it flows across the Tibetan Plateau. Stretching 1,760 miles (2,840 kilometers) across China, India, and Bangladesh, the river is the 11th longest in Asia. The section of river seen here is located south of the city of Lhasa, Tibet.
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29.265970°, 91.300070°

Source imagery: NASA / Google Timelapse
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