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Spacecraft nadir point: 4.8° S, 146.4° E

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Spacecraft Altitude: 157 nautical miles (291km)
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Image Caption: The volcanic island of Manam, along the northeast coast of Papua New Guinea, is one in a string of currently active volcanoes called the Bismarck Arc. Manam is the most active of the group and began its present activity in 1994. The plume of steam and ash streaming from its crater extends more than 20 miles into the atmosphere.