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August 31, 2005

Satellite views of New Orleans

NASA presents these chilling before-and-after pictures:

Flood

To the north, Lake Pontchartrain overflows its shore and nearly merges with Lake Maurepas to the west. In the eastern half of the city, you can see the surrounding land fill with water. And in the southwest, Pontchartrain bulges out to bury the western part of the city.

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