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If you look closely, you can see the International Space Station. If you look even more closely, you can see that it's clearly not cheese.

If you look closely, you can see the International Space Station. If you look even more closely, you can see that it's clearly not cheese.

International Space Station. I know this dream will probably be one that won't come true, but i'd. Like to dream about it still.

ISS - passing across the terminator into sunset. Something about the ISS inspires me. I get up in the night to watch it fly across the sky.

This is how the UK and Ireland look at night - photo taken from 230 miles above, in space, by an astronaut!

The great myth of urban Britain

May: The UK and Ireland at night, from space. Photos taken by Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli whist orbiting in the International Space Station 230 miles away in space

Earth from GOES East

Gorgeous Views of Earth from Space Ring in New Year 2016 From the Space Station and Beyond - Universe Today

via i09: From ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano comes an absolutely gorgeous view of our planet from space.

A view of Earth that'll make you go whoa

Earth Full of Clouds ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano is spending six months on the International Space Station conducting experiments and keeping the orbital outpost running with five colleague astronauts.

Call him the Instagram astronaut. NASA astronaut Steve Swanson, who returned to Earth late Wednesday (Sept. 10), wasn't all work and no play while he commanded the International Space Station. The American spaceflyer was also NASA's first astronaut to post incredible views of Earth from space, as well as daily life in orbit, on Instagram as part of the U.S.  agency's social media space odyssey.  Another photo of Earth from the windows of the space station shows a gorgeous view of clouds…

On Instagram Space Station, NASA Astronaut's Earth Photos Shine

NASA astronaut Steve Swanson took this amazing view of the northern lights from the International Space Station in July

On Sunday, Commander Barry Wilmore of Expedition 42 took this photo of the Great Lakes and the surrounding region from the International Space Station. In addition to the spider-webbing of lights and the sweep of clouds, there's also a "Wow, Michigan really is shaped like that!" factor to this beautiful shot of Earth.

A Gorgeous View of the Great Lakes from International Space Station

From the International Space Station, Expedition 42 Commander Barry Wilmore took this photograph of the Great Lakes and central U. on Dec. and posted it to social media. This week on the station, the Expedition 42 crew has been busy

You have just successfully made your first trip to the International Space Station. You're looking down at Earth, admiring the gorgeous view. You see a small light, and then several hundred more across the globe. They were nuclear bombs. You try to contact Houston, but no one responds.

It is spelled Houston. This is a creative writing prompt. I'm severely disappointed in whoever typed this up.

VOLTEI POR INTEIRO DEPOIS QUE PASSEI DE DEZEMBRO A FEVEREIRO ANDANDO POR AI QUERENDO SUMIR DESTE MUNDO QUE NÃO PARA E QUE NÃO ME DEIXA DESCER EU PRECISEI DE VOCÊ E NÃO LHE ENCONTREI APENAS CHOREI N…

NO GIRO DA SAUDADE

ArtStation - Personal and others, Johnson Ting

Most artists will tell you that there is no such thing as a perfect painting. There are always parts of a painting that can be tweaked or improved. The best an artist can do is to bring the artwork.

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