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File:Canberra Deep Dish Communications Complex - GPN-2000-000502.jpg

English: View of Canberra 70m (230 ft.) antenna with flags from the three Deep Space Network sites. The Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex, located outside Canberra, Australia, is one of the three complexes which comprise NASA's Deep Space Network. The other complexes are located in Goldstone, California, and Madrid, Spain.
Date 1 January 1990
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35° 24′ 5.76″ S, 148° 58′ 51.96″ E

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