The Sahara covers Algeria Chad Egypt Libya Mali Mauritania Morocco Niger Western Sahara Saudi Arabia Sudan and Tunisia, extending over 9000000 km². It’s the largest/hottest/sunniest subtropical desert with a year-round sunshine duration of 4,000 hours (or 91.3%) of daylight. Earth’s total current energy consumption rate is about 13.5 terawatts (TW). If we cover just 0.3% of the Sahara with solar panels that would provide us with 630 terawatts of power-more than 46 times our current energy…

Solar power to the people: green energy could boost African development

The Sahara covers Algeria Chad Egypt Libya Mali Mauritania Morocco Niger Western Sahara Saudi Arabia Sudan and Tunisia, extending over 9000000 the largest/hottest/sunniest subtropical desert with a year-round sunshine duration of hours (or of daylight.

sand....it almost looks like something out of a movie where the evil villan is getting ready to materialize.

Blowing Sand in the Desert Beautiful Nature Photography. Looks like a dragon.

73 - Sahara Desert, Algeria / Chad / Egypt / Libya / Mali / Mauritania / Morocco / Niger / Western Sahara / Sudan / Tunisia

The Sahara Desert.

Camels in the Sahara desert, Merzouga, Morocco. Will never forget climbing up the peak of one of these dunes and watching the sunrise.

Desert/Ripples and Flames

~~Ripples and Flames ~ sand dunes, Empty Quarter, United Arab Emirates by Marc Adamus~~

~~Hourglass | an impressive cloud formation passes over the Mesquite sand dunes in Death Valley National Park, California by Ted Gore~~

An impressive cloud burst formation passes over the Mesquite sand dunes in Death Valley National Park, California. "Hourglass" - Photo by Ted Gore

Sunset over the sand dunes in Dubai

Sunset over the sand dunes in Dubai

Sunset over the sand dunes in Dubai Travel Share and enjoy!

Hoggar Mountains, Algeria

the hoggar mountains, also known as the ahaggar mountains, are a highland region in the central sahara, southern algeria

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