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ISS nadir point: 33.2° N, 35.8° E

Photo center point: 36.5° N, 32.5° E

Nadir to Photo Center: Northwest

Spacecraft Altitude: 184 nautical miles (341km)
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Image Caption: ISS012-E-21351 (29 Mar. 2006) --- The shadow of the moon falls on Earth as seen from the International Space Station, 230 miles above the planet, during a total solar eclipse at about 4:50 a.m. CST, Wednesday, March 29. This digital photo was taken by the Expedition 12 crew, Commander Bill McArthur and Flight Engineer Valery Tokarev, who are wrapping up a six-month mission on the complex. Part of the Mediterranean Sea can be seen outside the shadow.