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S09-47-3070 - STS-009 - Earth observations taken by the STS-9 crew

S49-98-040 - STS-049 - STS-49 earth observations

STS050-107-069 - STS-050 - STS-50 earth observations

S49-73-038 - STS-049 - Earth observations taken during the STS-49 mission

S49-73-036 - STS-049 - Earth observations taken during the STS-49 mission

S42-83-031 - STS-042 - STS-42 earth observations

S46-99-098 - STS-046 - Earth observations from the shuttle orbiter Atlantis during STS-46

S42-83-032 - STS-042 - STS-42 earth observations

STS052-103-032 - STS-052 - Earth observations from Columbia, Orbiter Vehicle (OV) 102, during STS-52

S49-82-039 - STS-049 - Earth observations taken during STS-49 mission

STS061-94-031 - STS-061 - Earth observations taken during STS-61 mission

STS057-80-030 - STS-057 - Earth observations during STS-57

STS065-109-015 - STS-065 - Earth observations taken during STS-65 mission

STS065-109-016 - STS-065 - Earth observations taken during STS-65 mission

STS065-109-014 - STS-065 - Earth observations taken during STS-65 mission

STS069-719-039 - STS-069 - Earth observations taken during STS-69 mission

STS069-719-041 - STS-069 - Earth observations taken during STS-69 mission

STS070-732-009 - STS-070 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Discovery on STS-70 mission

STS070-732-010 - STS-070 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Discovery on STS-70 mission

STS069-719-040 - STS-069 - Earth observations taken during STS-69 mission

STS070-732-008 - STS-070 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Discovery on STS-70 mission

STS063-749-071 - STS-063 - Infrared images of the Earth

STS078-735-059 - STS-078 - Earth observations taken from Space Shuttle Columbia during STS-78 mission

STS075-757-043 - STS-075 - Color infrared earth observations taken during STS-75

STS075-723-044 - STS-075 - Earth observations taken during STS-75

STS075-723-045 - STS-075 - Earth observations taken during STS-75

STS072-720-098 - STS-072 - Earth observations taken from shuttle orbiter Endeavour during STS-72 mission

STS083-710-095 - STS-083 - Earth observations taken during STS-83 mission

STS081-742-024 - STS-081 - Color Infrared photography of earth observations taken during STS-81

STS081-728-060 - STS-081 - Earth observations taken during STS-81 mission

STS083-710-094 - STS-083 - Earth observations taken during STS-83 mission

STS081-742-023 - STS-081 - Color Infrared photography of earth observations taken during STS-81

STS057-78-094 - STS-057 - Earth observations during STS-57

STS093-714-038 - STS-093 - Earth observations taken from Space Shuttle Columbia during STS-93 mission

STS093-714-039 - STS-093 - Earth observations taken from Space Shuttle Columbia during STS-93 mission

STS093-714-037 - STS-093 - Earth observations taken from Space Shuttle Columbia during STS-93 mission

STS093-714-040 - STS-093 - Earth observations taken from Space Shuttle Columbia during STS-93 mission

STS111-705-060 - STS-111 - Earth Observation from space taken during Mission STS-111 UF-2.

STS111-705-061 - STS-111 - Earth Observation from space taken during Mission STS-111 UF-2.

STS111-711-037 - STS-111 - Earth Observation from space taken during Mission STS-111 UF-2.

S111E5504 - STS-111 - Earth Observation taken during STS-111 UF-2

STS111-705-059 - STS-111 - Earth Observation from space taken during Mission STS-111 UF-2.

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