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Jalu Oasis

Jalu Oasis (or Jalo) is an oasis in Cyrenaica, Libya, located west of the Great Sand Sea and about 250 km south-east of the Gulf of Sirte. It's the administrative capital of the governorate of Al Wahah (or al-Wahat)

Because of its location and as a source of water, it had strategic importance during the North Africa Campaign in World War II and changed hands several times between Allied and Axis forces.

The Jalo area has been targeted as a prime area to watch the 2006 solar eclipse. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Just across the Mediterranean sea, is a vast source of energy source Guardian unlimited

In the desert, just across the Mediterranean sea, is a vast source of energy that holds the promise of a carbon-free, nuclear-free electrical future for the whole of Europe, if not the world.

We are not talking about the vast oil and gas deposits underneath Algeria and Libya, or uranium for nuclear plants, but something far simpler - the sun. And in vast quantities: every year it pours down the equivalent of 1.5m barrels of oil of energy for every square kilometre.

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You can imagine how large is this if you know that Libya is almost 1.8 million square kilometers

1.5 m X 1.8 m = 2700000 m barrels



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