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Ernesto
08.29.06
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ISS013-E-71345 (28 August 2006) --- The crew members aboard the International Space Station took this oblique picture of Ernesto on Earth’s horizon early afternoon on August 28, 2006. The tropical storm’s center was located near 20.3 degrees north latitude and 75.7 degrees west longitude when the photo was taken. Movement was toward the northwest at 9 nautical miles per hour. Maximum sustained winds were at 35 nautical miles with gusts to 45 nautical miles. Ernesto had earlier passed between the east side of the Dominican Republic and Grand Turk Island (the light blue area to the right of frame center). (Image credit: NASA)

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ISS013-E-71348 (28 August 2006) --- The crew members aboard the International Space Station took this picture of Ernesto early afternoon on August 28, 2006. The tropical storm’s center was located near 20.3 degrees north latitude and 75.7 degrees west longitude when the photo was taken. Movement was toward the northwest at 9 nautical miles per hour. Maximum sustained winds were at 35 nautical miles with gusts to 45 nautical miles. Ernesto had earlier passed between the east side of the Dominican Republic and Grand Turk Island (the light blue area in the lower right corner). (Image credit: NASA)

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ISS013-E-71350 (28 August 2006) --- The crew members aboard the International Space Station took this oblique picture of Ernesto on Earth’s horizon early afternoon on August 28, 2006. The tropical storm’s center was located near 20.3 degrees north latitude and 75.7 degrees west longitude when the photo was taken. Movement was toward the northwest at 9 nautical miles per hour. Maximum sustained winds were at 35 nautical miles with gusts to 45 nautical miles. Ernesto had earlier passed between the east side of the Dominican Republic and Grand Turk Island (the light blue area near frame center). (Image credit: NASA)

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ISS013-E-71351 (28 August 2006) --- The crew members aboard the International Space Station took this oblique picture of Ernesto on Earth’s horizon early afternoon on August 28, 2006. The tropical storm’s center was located near 20.3 degrees north latitude and 75.7 degrees west longitude when the photo was taken. Movement was toward the northwest at 9 nautical miles per hour. Maximum sustained winds were at 35 nautical miles with gusts to 45 nautical miles. Ernesto had earlier passed between the east side of the Dominican Republic and Grand Turk Island (the light blue area near frame center). (Image credit: NASA)

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ISS013-E-69696 (27 August 2006) --- This oblique image of Hurricane Ernesto on the horizon was taken by the crew of the International Space Station on Sunday, Aug. 27, 2006, from an altitude of about 215 miles. At that time, Ernesto was approaching Cuba and was expected to eventually make landfall on the coast of southern Florida. (Image credit: NASA)

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ISS013-E-69718 (27 August 2006) --- This vertical view of Hurricane Ernesto was taken by the crew of the International Space Station on Sunday, Aug. 27, 2006, from an altitude of about 215 miles. At that time, Ernesto was approaching Cuba and was expected to eventually make landfall on the coast of southern Florida. Part of a Russian spacecraft, docked to the orbital outpost, is visible in upper left corner. (Image credit: NASA)

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ISS013-E-69720 (27 August 2006) --- This vertical view of Hurricane Ernesto was taken by the crew of the International Space Station on Sunday, Aug. 27, 2006, from an altitude of about 215 miles. At that time, Ernesto was approaching Cuba and was expected to eventually make landfall on the coast of southern Florida. (Image credit: NASA)

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ISS013-E-69723 (27 August 2006) --- This vertical view of Hurricane Ernesto was taken by the crew of the International Space Station on Sunday, Aug. 27, 2006, from an altitude of about 215 miles. At that time, Ernesto was approaching Cuba and was expected to eventually make landfall on the coast of southern Florida. (Image credit: NASA)