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Spacecraft nadir point: 19.0° N, 97.6° W

Photo center point: 18.5° N, 89.5° W

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Nadir to Photo Center: East

Spacecraft Altitude: 246 nautical miles (456km)
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Image Caption: High oblique view of Yucatan Peninsula
Here is a slightly cloudy view of the entire Yucatan
Peninsula. (An 8 in. X 10 in. of this is only about $10.00).
There are other views of the Yucatan Peninsula which are
more nadir give more detail. The resolution on the Landsat
image above is about 79 m and with the thermatic mapper is
about 30 m. The resolution of nadir views from the orbiter
with a 250 mm lens at 160 nm is 10 to 15 m. (There are
other Earth Resource satellites such as SPOT which has about
5 meter resolution but it also costs from 2000 to 3000