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Peering through the International Space Station's Cupola, or "window to the world," the western coast of Chile is visible. Through a window on the left, one of the orbiting laboratory's solar arrays can be seen; in the center, Northrop Grumman's cymbal-shaped solar array is peeking in, and in the bottom right corner window, the Roscosmos segment of the station is visible.
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Peering through the International Space Station's Cupola, or "window to the world," the western coast of Chile is visible. Through a window on the left, one of the orbiting laboratory's solar arrays can be seen; in the center, Northrop Grumman's cymbal-shaped solar array is peeking in, and in the bottom right corner window, the Roscosmos segment of the station is visible.
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