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Image Caption: ISS011-E-10257 (9 July 2005) --- This easterly-looking image from the International Space Station shows Hurricane Dennis after the storm had already crossed Cuba and was heading for the northern Gulf of Mexico. Dennis was a Category 3 storm, packing winds of 115 miles per hour, at the time of exposure and located approximately 385 miles southeast of Biloxi, Mississippi or 280 miles south of Panama City, Florida. The image was exposed at 22:07:26 (GMT), July 9, 2005. The storm's eye is just to the right of frame center. The black triangle in extreme lower right is part of the Space Station's window.