According to orbital photography from the Apollo-Soyuz missions, the Sahara desert is moving South and getting larger. Scientists have been suspecting the growth and movement for quite some time, and the images from space confirm it. Most of the sand dunes in the desert are migrating approximately two feet per day, claiming roads and more land.
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