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A view from the Space Shuttle Atlantis gives a good look of Hurricane Gordon+ View High-res
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S115-E-07080 (18 Sept. 2006) --- A view from the Space Shuttle Atlantis gives a good look of Hurricane Gordon. At the time the photo was taken, with a digital still camera equipped with a 28mm lens, the center of Gordon was near 37.5 north latitude and 46.4 west longitude moving west-northwest. The sustained winds were at 80 nautical miles per hour with gusts to 95 nautical miles per hour.
A high oblique view from the Space Shuttle Atlantis gives a good look of Hurricane Gordon+ View High-res
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S115-E-07153 (18 Sept. 2006) --- A high oblique view from the Space Shuttle Atlantis gives a good look of Hurricane Gordon. At the time the photo was taken, with a digital still camera equipped with a 28mm lens, the center of Gordon was near 37.5 north latitude and 46.4 west longitude moving west-northwest. The sustained winds were at 80 nautical miles per hour with gusts to 95 nautical miles per hour.
A high oblique view from the Space Shuttle Atlantis gives a good look of Hurricane Gordon+ View High-res
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S115-E-07157 (18 Sept. 2006) --- A high oblique view from the Space Shuttle Atlantis gives a good look of Hurricane Gordon. At the time the photo was taken, with a digital still camera equipped with a 28mm lens, the center of Gordon was near 37.5 north latitude and 46.4 west longitude moving west-northwest. The sustained winds were at 80 nautical miles per hour with gusts to 95 nautical miles per hour.
A nadir view from the Space Shuttle Atlantis gives a good look at the eye of Hurricane Gordon+ View High-res
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S115-E-07167 (18 Sept. 2006) --- A nadir view from the Space Shuttle Atlantis gives a good look at the eye of Hurricane Gordon. At the time the photo was taken, with a digital still camera eqipped with a 28mm lens, the center of Gordon was near 37.5 north latitude and 46.4 west longitude moving west-northwest. The sustained winds were at 80 nautical miles per hour with gusts to 95 nautical miles per hour.