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Spacecraft nadir point: 29.7° S, 59.5° E

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Spacecraft Altitude: 216 nautical miles (400km)
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Image Caption: Space Station science officer Don Pettit looked out the window on Wednesday during the total solar eclipse of Dec. 4th, and this is what he saw: The dark spot near the Earth's limb is the Moon's shadow, which at the time of the photo (approximately 0756 UT) was racing across the Indian Ocean.