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Image Caption: ISS011-E-08482 (11 June 2005) --- From 225 miles above Earth, the crew members aboard the International Space Station captured early tropical activity of the 2005 season, using an Electronic Still Camera. At the time of this photo (17:27:29 GMT, June 11, 2005), tropical storm Arlene was about two hours away from making landfall near Gulf Shores, AL with 60 mph winds. This frame and ISS011-E-08483 together encompass the entire body of the disorganized storm. View is from the southeast over the central Bahamas.