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Photo-sl2-05-381

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SL2-05-381 (22 June 1973) --- Boston, MA and the New England Coastline (43.5N, 84.0W) can be seen in this view. The typical rugged rocky coast of Maine is the result of heavy glacial action producing the rocky cliffs, jagged spurs of land and islands that characterize Main's Atlantic Coast. During the last Ice Age, extensive sediments were laid down producing a landscape of rolling hills with rocky outcrops. Photo credit: NASA

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