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Spacecraft nadir point: 57.1° N, 142.7° W

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Spacecraft Altitude: 161 nautical miles (298km)
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Image Caption: Many areas of the Earth were shaped by the immense grinding forces of glaciers. Today, the power of these giant ice floes can still be seen from space. This view of the Malaspina Glacier in the St. Elias Mountains of Alaska was photographed by astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle.