In this 52-mile-wide images from January 14th, 2021, Highway I-10 cuts across the upper half of the image, crossing the Pecos River on the right side. South of the crossing, the Fort Lancaster State Historic Site* hosts the ruins of a fort that protected the frontier from 1855 to the late 1870s, garrisoned by Buffalo Soldiers of the Ninth Cavalry. North of the crossing the Pecos bends towards the west and the historic Yates Oil Field is seen. The Yates field is one of the largest oil fields (based on production) in the United States. It has produced over 1.5 billion barrels of oil since its discovery in 1926. The town of Iraan along the Pecos River was established as a boomtown with the discovery of the Yates oilfield. Following the Pecos northwest towards the top left corner of the image, the East Pecos Solar Facility is a recent 1000-acre renewable energy installation producing 120 megawatts of power.