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Spacecraft nadir point: 29.4° S, 130.2° E

Photo center point: 32.5° S, 135.0° E

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Spacecraft Altitude: 211 nautical miles (391km)
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Image Caption: South Australia. Eastward view of Nullarbor Plain, Lakes Gairdner and Torrens, Acraman impact feature, Spencer Gulf, Yorke and Eyre Peninsulas, Flinders Range, Adelaide. The Nullarbor Plain has no surface drainage and is the most extensive karst (solution-collapse) terrain in Australia. Aligned sinkholes, caves, and channels coincide with bedrock fractures and faults. Such views of this seldom photographed region are being used in studies of uplift and sea-level change.