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Uploaded: 07/16/04 4:30 PM GMT
Classic NASA 2
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I'm amazed I've missed this in my previous trawls of NASA and JPL's archives. It's a quite staggering shot of a tropical storm taken from the crew deck of Atlantis while it was docked with Mir (seen in the foreground).

Credit: NASA.


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07/16/04 6:12 PM GMT
WOW...that is fabulous!
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07/16/04 8:24 PM GMT
It looks as if one could dive off the platform into the ocean of clouds below.
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"Success is getting what you like. Happiness is liking what you get." -anonymous
07/17/04 7:59 AM GMT
Breathtaking Phil! Thank you for finding it & sharing it with us!!! :))
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Always, Mimi
07/21/04 5:45 PM GMT
Amazing photo...that's all that can be said.
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"We need not fear the expression of ideas -- we do need to fear their suppression." - Truman
07/22/04 3:40 PM GMT
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If Today Were Perfect, There Would Be No Need For Tomorrow
07/25/04 11:38 PM GMT
Just perfect. Trule awe inspiring in every possible definition of the term!
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"Simplify, simplify"
08/10/05 2:19 AM GMT
wow that is a amazing picture, it looks very beautiful

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Clothes make the man. naked people have little or no influence on society.
10/02/05 6:24 PM GMT
Amazing find. Don't know how I missed this one!
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08/10/06 2:11 AM GMT
WowZer! What a dazzling, incrediable view. That's quite a storm - Quite interesting - and thanks for this educational shot. Your gallery is very impressive! I get lost in it :) Marvelous colors of the storm. Thanks to you Phil, and NASA :*>
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01/22/07 11:38 PM GMT
this is a beautiful image... thank you soo much for sharing this.
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10/16/08 8:59 PM GMT
Great image. I'm cranky over good old NASA - boldly going where Sputniks have gone before. How may years until the ISS burns up and we are longing for the good old Apollo days. Russia stayed with what worked.
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I am Spartacus

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