Browse image
Resolutions offered for this image:
3904 x 3845 pixels 639 x 630 pixels 5700 x 5900 pixels 500 x 518 pixels 640 x 480 pixels
Cloud masks available for this image:

Spacecraft nadir point: 46.2° N, 84.9° W

Photo center point: 45.5° N, 85.0° W

Photo center point by machine learning:

Nadir to Photo Center: South

Spacecraft Altitude: 117 nautical miles (217km)
Click for a map
Width Height Annotated Cropped Purpose Links
3904 pixels 3845 pixels No No Earth From Space collection Download Image
639 pixels 630 pixels No No Earth From Space collection Download Image
5700 pixels 5900 pixels No No Download Image
500 pixels 518 pixels No No Download Image
640 pixels 480 pixels No No Download Image
Other options available:
Download Packaged File
Download a Google Earth KML for this Image
View photo footprint information
Download a GeoTIFF for this photo
Image Caption: STS068-201-064 Northern Michigan, U.S.A. October 1994
This striking color infrared, northeast-looking, low-oblique photograph features the forests and lakes of northern Michigan from the Straits of Mackinac south to Mackinaw City, a popular year-round vacation and recreational area. Interstate Highway 75 traverses southward from Mackinaw City to Indian River (just above right center). Three large recreational lakes are visible--Mullett Lake east of Interstate Highway 75; larger Burt Lake west of Interstate Highway 75; and to the north, smallest Douglas Lake. Little Traverse Bay lies southwest of the lakes. Waugoshance Point is discernible just below left center of the photograph.