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Spacecraft nadir point: 41.3° S, 145.6° E

Photo center point: 39.0° S, 146.0° E

Nadir to Photo Center: North

Spacecraft Altitude: 167 nautical miles (309km)
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Image Caption: Wilsons Promontory, Australia
Wilsons Promontory forms the southernmost tip of Australia; Tasmania lies
across Bass Strait to the south. Waratah Bay flanks the point on the west,
Corner Inlet opens into the Tasman Sea on the east, and the forested foothills
of the Great Dividing Range rise from the coastal plain farther north. Within
Corner Inlet, current and sediment-transport patterns are visible.