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Spacecraft nadir point: 1.9° N, 122.3° E

Photo center point: 1.0° N, 123.5° E

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Spacecraft Altitude: 189 nautical miles (350km)
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Image Caption: The only active volcanoes on Sulawesi, part of the Sangihe arc,
occur at the northern tip of the north arm. The southern-most
volcano can be seen at (1). The north Sulawesi deep sea trench
occurs offshore, just north of the north arm. The north arm is
relatively mountainous and undeveloped, but the coastlines have
been cleared (2), and all lowlands are settled. The town of
Gorontolo is at (3) near Linbato Lake, in a fault-bounded valley.