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Spacecraft nadir point: 20.4° N, 91.6° W

Photo center point: 16.4° N, 78.0° W

Nadir to Photo Center: East

Spacecraft Altitude: 190 nautical miles (352km)
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Image Caption: ISS011-E-10509 (16 July 2005) --- This high-oblique panoramic view, recorded by a digital still camera using a 400mm lens, shows the eye of Hurricane Emily. The image was captured by the crew of the International Space Station while the complex was over the southern Gulf of Mexico looking eastwardly toward the rising moon. At the time, Emily was a strengthening Category 4 hurricane with winds of nearly 155 miles per hour and moving west-northwestwardly over the northwest Caribbean Sea about 135 miles southwest of Kingston, Jamaica.