Salar de Atacama is the largest source of lithium active in the world today and is the lightest elemental metal in the periodic table. Lithium is used in the production of batteries as well as in soldering and for lubrication. At the horizon, the Licancabur volcano (19,400 ft or 5,913 m) can be seen.
Sunset over Valle de la Luna and Licancabur volcano
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