STS111-371-3
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Spacecraft nadir point: 44.4° N, 124.8° W

Photo center point: 46.5° N, 122.0° W

Nadir to Photo Center: Northeast

Spacecraft Altitude: 190 nautical miles (352km)
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Image Caption: STS111-371-3 Mt. St. Helens, Spirit Lake, Washington, USA June 2002
Snow still covered the peaks of the Cascade Ranges in mid-June when the STS-111 crew photographed Mt. St. Helens from the Space Shuttle Endeavour. From their vantage point, the crew observed blast zone from the 1980 eruption of the volcano, the mud-choked North Fork of the Toutle River, and fallen timber that still floats in rafts of logs on Spirit Lake. Continued imagery of the region will document the slow regrowth of the forests. Today, the volcano and surrounding region comprise the Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument which is dedicated to research, education and recreation.