You can find on this page the Mexico satellite map to print and to download in PDF. The Mexico map from satellite presents new pictures of Mexico as seen from the sky in Americas.
Situated atop three of the large tectonic plates that constitute the Earth surface as its shown on satellite map, Mexico is one of the most seismologically active regions on earth. The motion of these plates causes earthquakes and volcanic activity.

Mexico satellite map

Map of Mexico from satellite

The Mexico satellite map shows new pictures of Mexico as seen from the sky. This satellite map of Mexico will allow you to visit the country Mexico in Americas as seen from the sky. The Mexico satellite map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Mexican satellite system is domestic and operates 120 earth stations (see Mexico satellite map). There is also extensive microwave radio relay network and considerable use of fiber-optic and coaxial cable. Mexican satellites are operated by Satélites Mexicanos (Satmex), a private company, leader in Latin America and servicing both North and South America.

Mexico has a 9,330 kilometer coastline, of which 7,338 kilometers face the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California, and the remaining 2,805 kilometers front the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea as its mentioned on Mexico satellite map. Mexico exclusive economic zone (EEZ), which extends 200 nautical miles (370 km) off each coast, covers approximately 2.7 million square kilometers.

As well as numerous neighbouring islands, Mexican territory includes the more remote Isla Guadalupe and the Islas Revillagigedo in the Pacific. Mexico total area covers 1,972,550 square kilometers, including approximately 6,000 square kilometers of islands in the Pacific Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf of California (see Mexico satellite map).