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Spacecraft nadir point: 28.3° N, 74.9° W

Photo center point: 27.3° N, 81.0° W

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Spacecraft Altitude: 191 nautical miles (354km)
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Image Caption: ISS017-E-013701 (19 Aug. 2008) ---- This frame is a westward-looking oblique view of Tropical Storm Fay, as seen about 4:43 p.m. (EDT) on Aug. 19, 2008 from the International Space Station from a vantage point of 220 statute miles above the Atlantic Ocean just northeast of the Bahama Islands (approximately 28.4 degrees north latitude and 75.0 degrees west longitude). Fay had sustained winds of 55 nautical miles per hour with gusts to 65 nautical miles per hour and was estimated to be centered just northwest of Lake Okeechobee, Florida (around 27.3 degrees north latitude and 81.0 degrees west longitude. This panoramic view includes the Gulf of Mexico to the west of the storm.