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Image Caption: STS41C-36-1668 Mexican Volcanic Zone This oblique view spans central
Mexico, from the Pacific (foreground) to the Gulf of Mexico
(background). The dark line cutting diagonally across Mexico (arrows)
is the central Mexican Volcanic Belt. The other dark ridge along the
Pacific coast forms the northern spine of the Central American
Volcanic Belt. The dark areas are the forested upper slopes of the
mountains. Mexico City is at 1, Puebla at 2, and Lake Chapala at 3.