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Spacecraft nadir point: 42.2° N, 106.3° W

Photo center point: 39.5° N, 105.0° W

Nadir to Photo Center: South

Spacecraft Altitude: 212 nautical miles (393km)
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Image Caption: Hayman Fire and Others Scorch Western U.S.
This photograph taken by the new International Space Station crew on June 18, 2002, shows the Hayman Fire burning in the foothills southwest of Denver. Astronauts use a variety of lenses and look angles as their orbits pass over wildfires to document the long-distance movements of smoke from the fires as well as details of the burning areas. In this perspective view, you can see Littleton, Chatfield Lake and the Arkansas River.