NASA Photo ID: STS052-77-002       File Name: 10065345.jpg
  Film Type: 70mm                    Date Taken: 11/01/92
  Title: Island of Hawaii
  Description:
  The three main volcanoes which make up the island of Hawaii (19.5N, 155.5W)   
  include the older large shield volcanoes Mauna Loa, Mauna Kea and the more 
  recent Kilauea.  The rift zones of Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea are delineated
  by  the black lava flows whereas the smaler Kilauea can be seen venting
  steam. This color image is one of a pair (see STS052-95-037) to compare the 
  differences between color film and color infrared film.                   
  
  Subject terms:
  EARTH OBSERVATIONS (FROM SPACE)         
  ISLANDS                                 
  LAVA FLOWS                              
  OCEANS                                  
  PACIFIC ISLANDS                         
  PACIFIC OCEAN                           
  STS-52                                  
  VOLCANOES                               
  

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