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English: Russian cosmonaut Dmitri Kondratyev (left), Expedition 27 commander; and Italian Space Agency/ European Space Agency astronaut Paolo Nespoli in the Cupola, use still cameras to photograph the topography of points on Earth. Picture taken by 3rd crew member, Cady Coleman. From left to right outside the cupola Progress M-09M, Soyuz TMA-20, the Leonardo module and Kounotori 2.
Date 19 March 2011
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Author NASA/Cady Coleman
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