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Image Caption: STS068-204-049 Broken Bow Lake and Little River, Oklahoma, U.S.A. October 1994
This infrared, north-northeast-looking, low-oblique photograph features the forest lands around Broken Bow Lake at the southeastern end of the Ouachita Mountains and the mixed forest and agricultural land south of the lake. The Mountain Fork drains Broken Bow Lake and joins the Little River (barely discernible bottom left) that flows generally eastward where it joins the Red River east of Texarkana. Visible south-southwest of the lake is the small city of Idabel, and east of the lake is DeQueen Lake in eastern Arkansas.