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Description en: This view of Hurricane Epsilon in the Atlantic Ocean was photographed at 15:36:18 GMT on Dec. 3, 2005 by one of the crewmembers of Expedition 12 aboard the International Space Station. The orbital outpost was flying at an altitude of 190 nautical miles. Centre point coordinates are 34.5 degrees north latitude and 44.4 degrees west longitude. es: Imagen del Huracán Epsilón desde la Estación Espacial Internacional
Date 3 December 2005
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