Mountains East of Great Salt Lake, Utah, USA40.8N 109.2W
The Great Salt Lake in Utah, USA, can be observed just left of the center. The upper half of the lake appears brownish, while the lower half appears bluish green. This linear division of color is due to the Lucin Cutoff, a causeway crossing the lake that greatly limits the mixing of waters between the two halves.
Visible in the upper section of the image is part of the Wasatch Range, a mountain range that stretches about 160 miles (260 km) from the Utah-Idaho border, south through central Utah. The northern extension of the Wasatch Range, the Bear River Mountains, extends into Idaho from northern Utah after running east of the lake.
Also visible east of the lake, on a horizontal axis, are the snow-capped Uinta Mountains, a subrange of the Rocky Mountains. They are unusual for being the highest range in the contiguous United States running east to west.