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ISS004-E-8174
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Spacecraft nadir point: 46.1° N, 41.8° W

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Spacecraft Altitude: 202 nautical miles (374km)
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Image Caption: ISS004-E-8174 (1 March 2002) --- This image of Columbia's STS-109 launch plume was taken by the Expedition Four crew using a digital still camera on board the International Space Station. The space station crew shot this photograph as the Station flew high over the Atlantic Ocean moments before Columbia's liftoff. The Shuttle's plume is visible in the right side of this image, the plume's shadow is reflected off the clouds to the left.