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Image Caption: STS060-083-009 Farmington, New Mexico, U.S.A. February 1994
Farmington (not discernible) in extreme northwest New Mexico lies near the junction of the San Juan River, the main stream seen traversing this arid landscape, and several of its tributaries. Visible south of the river are center-pivot irrigation fields east and west of Farmington and a dark, irregular reservoir west of the city. Snow cover is discernible in the higher elevations to the northwest.