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ISS043E249688 (04/24/2015) --- This picture of Hawaii was tweeted out by NASA astronaut Scott Kelly on the International Space Station with this comment: "Just flew over you #Honolulu #Hawaii. Happy #MemorialDay! #YearInSpace ".

ISS043E249688 (04/24/2015) --- This picture of Hawaii was tweeted out by NASA astronaut Scott Kelly on the International Space Station with this comment: "Just flew over you #Honolulu #Hawaii. Happy #MemorialDay! #YearInSpace ".

Curious picture by fantastic_universe #astrophotography #contratahotel (o) http://ift.tt/1S04xzi Photo by @davidrojasgt  Send us your astrophotography or tag #fantastic_universe for a chance to get featured!  Tag a friend...  #universe #earth #milkyway  #space #astronaut #nasa #astrography #stars #nebula #fantastic_universe #sky #amazing #milkyway #galaxy #milky #way #landscape

Curious picture by fantastic_universe #astrophotography #contratahotel (o) http://ift.tt/1S04xzi Photo by @davidrojasgt Send us your astrophotography or tag #fantastic_universe for a chance to get featured! Tag a friend... #universe #earth #milkyway #space #astronaut #nasa #astrography #stars #nebula #fantastic_universe #sky #amazing #milkyway #galaxy #milky #way #landscape

No, ISS Astronaut Scott Kelly Did Not Take A Picture Of A UFO! http://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2015/11/22/no-iss-astronaut-scott-kelly-did-not-take-a-picture-of-a-ufo/#utm_sguid=143683,9bc1f04f-06cb-af57-2340-d5bd8ee8127d

No, ISS Astronaut Scott Kelly Did Not Take A Picture Of A UFO! http://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2015/11/22/no-iss-astronaut-scott-kelly-did-not-take-a-picture-of-a-ufo/#utm_sguid=143683,9bc1f04f-06cb-af57-2340-d5bd8ee8127d

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."

Chris Hadfield‏@Cmdr_Hadfield  |   Tonight's Finale: The Moon, newly risen, perfect over a flowing blanket of cloud.   | Mar 4, 2013

Chris Hadfield‏@Cmdr_Hadfield | Tonight's Finale: The Moon, newly risen, perfect over a flowing blanket of cloud. | Mar 4, 2013

Image taken by ESA astronaut André Kuipers from the International Space Station. Kuipers used the Nightpod to capture this image in 2012 (the year that London hosted the Summer Olympics). The Nightpod  tracks the movement of Earth as it basses beneath the ISS  at 28,800 km/h, and it is designed to keep any desired target fixed in the middle of the viewfinder. Standard cameras fixed to Nightpod can use longer exposure times, this enables the astronauts to take sharper pictures of cities at…

Image taken by ESA astronaut André Kuipers from the International Space Station. Kuipers used the Nightpod to capture this image in 2012 (the year that London hosted the Summer Olympics). The Nightpod tracks the movement of Earth as it basses beneath the ISS at 28,800 km/h, and it is designed to keep any desired target fixed in the middle of the viewfinder. Standard cameras fixed to Nightpod can use longer exposure times, this enables the astronauts to take sharper pictures of cities at…

JSC2016e026342 (03/04/2016) --- In the Integration Facility at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Expedition 47-48 crew members NASA Astronaut Jeff Williams (left) and Alexey Ovchinin (center) and Oleg Skripochka (right) of Roscosmos pose for pictures March 4 in front of the scaffolding surrounding their Soyuz TMA-20M spacecraft during final pre-launch training. The trio will launch March 19, Kazakh time, for a six-month mission on the International Space Station.

JSC2016e026342 (03/04/2016) --- In the Integration Facility at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Expedition 47-48 crew members NASA Astronaut Jeff Williams (left) and Alexey Ovchinin (center) and Oleg Skripochka (right) of Roscosmos pose for pictures March 4 in front of the scaffolding surrounding their Soyuz TMA-20M spacecraft during final pre-launch training. The trio will launch March 19, Kazakh time, for a six-month mission on the International Space Station.

JSC2016e026339 (03/04/2016) --- In the Integration Facility at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Expedition 47-48 crewmembers NASA Astronaut Jeff Williams (left) and Alexey Ovchinin (center) and Oleg Skripochka (right) of Roscosmos pose for pictures March 4 in front of their Soyuz TMA-20M spacecraft in their Russian Sokol launch and entry suits during final pre-launch training. The trio will launch March 19, Kazakh time, for a six-month mission on the International Space Station.

JSC2016e026339 (03/04/2016) --- In the Integration Facility at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Expedition 47-48 crewmembers NASA Astronaut Jeff Williams (left) and Alexey Ovchinin (center) and Oleg Skripochka (right) of Roscosmos pose for pictures March 4 in front of their Soyuz TMA-20M spacecraft in their Russian Sokol launch and entry suits during final pre-launch training. The trio will launch March 19, Kazakh time, for a six-month mission on the International Space Station.

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