Photographing Earth from the Cupola on the International Space Station: "The image shows astronaut and flight engineer Chris Cassidy pointing a Nikon DSLR and 400mm lens out one of the Cupola’s windows to photograph some location on Earth 250 miles below him."

Photographing Earth from the Cupola on the International Space Station: "The image shows astronaut and flight engineer Chris Cassidy pointing a Nikon DSLR and 400mm lens out one of the Cupola’s windows to photograph some location on Earth 250 miles below him."

Photo of The Netherlands, taken by astronaut André Kuipers, aboard the International Space Station on May 23, 2012

Photo of The Netherlands, taken by astronaut André Kuipers, aboard the International Space Station on May 23, 2012

Many wonders are visible when flying over the Earth at night. A compilation of such visual spectacles was captured recently from the International Space Station (ISS) and set to rousing music. Passing below are white clouds, orange city lights, lightning flashes in thunderstorms, and dark blue seas. On the horizon is the golden haze of Earth's thin atmosphere, frequently decorated by dancing auroras as the video progresses. The green parts of auroras typically remain below the space station…

Many wonders are visible when flying over the Earth at night. A compilation of such visual spectacles was captured recently from the International Space Station (ISS) and set to rousing music. Passing below are white clouds, orange city lights, lightning flashes in thunderstorms, and dark blue seas. On the horizon is the golden haze of Earth's thin atmosphere, frequently decorated by dancing auroras as the video progresses. The green parts of auroras typically remain below the space station…

workstations on the space station - Google Search

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View from the ISS at Night by Knate Myers. Every frame in this video is a photograph taken from the International Space Station. All credit goes to the crews on board the ISS.

View from the ISS at Night by Knate Myers. Every frame in this video is a photograph taken from the International Space Station. All credit goes to the crews on board the ISS.

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