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STS032-87-84
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Spacecraft nadir point: 21.5° S, 69.4° W

Photo center point: 21.5° S, 69.5° W

Nadir to Photo Center: West

Spacecraft Altitude: 184 nautical miles (341km)
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Image Caption:
The high Andean mountains boast hundreds of volcanoes, as seen in
this STS-32 photograph. The spatial distribution of volcanoes and
intervening basins and relationships with large-scale structures,
seen in Space Shuttle photos, are fundamental in the understand-
ing of volcanic provinces. The photograph was taken from an alti-
tude of 184 n.mi. (341 km) using a Hasselblad camera equipped
with a 50 mm lens and color visible film. (Photo ID: S32-87-084).