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English: These images show the Yangtze River in the vicinity of the Three Gorges Dam (lower right). Landsat 7 acquired the top image on November 7, 2006, after the main wall was complete. Landsat 5 acquired the bottom image on April 17, 1987. The lower image has been recolored to more closely match the colors of the upper one.
Date 29 September 2007 (first version); 15 October 2007 (last version)
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Author Original uploader was Sagredo at en.wikipedia. Later version(s) were uploaded by Ilmari Karonen, Rugby471 at en.wikipedia.
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