The Largest Mirror In The Planet

Due to its large size, smooth surface, high surface reflectivity when covered with shallow water, and minimal elevation deviation, Salar de Uyuni (Bolivian)

Login to rate this video.

You can place this video on your website by inserting the (X)HTML code below:

Embed code:
<iframe src="" width="400" height="330" frameborder="0"></iframe>

You can email this video to your friends by entering their addresses below:

Your information:

add Add another recipient

Human verification:

People who liked this video also liked

Richard Feynman Fire
Paralyzed man invents a cool and unique device to help himself
January 17 2020 Winter Storm- St. John's, Newfoundland 11:00pm NST
Most Difficult black Run in Auris | Skiing Alpe D'Huez 2019 4k
Amazing Border Collie Tricks Compilation


5 comments posted so far. Login to add a comment.

Expand all comments

Picture of jeffy36 achievements

+2 1. jeffy commented 5 years ago

The Twin Peaks intro added to the experience .
Picture of badasspuppy23 achievements

+7 2. badasspuppy commented 5 years ago

Careful girls, no skirts
Picture of Judge-Jake52 achievements

+2 3. Judge-Jake commented 5 years ago

Nope my shaving mirror is a little bigger :P
Picture of IDK39937 achievements

+5 4. IDK399 commented 5 years ago

Maybe they can use it as a primary telescope mirror with the secondary mirror/sensor high up on a balloon. Not sure if it will work without curvature, but Somebody will figure out a way.
Picture of sux2bu67 achievements

+5 5. sux2bu commented 5 years ago

From wiki:
The Salar was formed as a result of transformations between several prehistoric lakes. It is covered by a few meters of salt crust, which has an extraordinary flatness with the average altitude variations within one meter over the entire area of the Salar. The crust serves as a source of salt and covers a pool of brine, which is exceptionally rich in lithium. It contains 50 to 70% of the world's lithium reserves,which is in the process of being extracted. The large area, clear skies, and the exceptional flatness of the surface make the Salar an ideal object for calibrating the altimeters of Earth observation satellites.