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Dust plume off the Sahara desert over the northeast Atlantic Ocean. The Azores are visible at the northwest edge of the dust plume in this SeaWiFS image. The Cape Verde Islands can be seen through the dust near the bottom of the image. Sensor: OrbView-2/SeaWiFS


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01 November 1998


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