Earth, the Moon, and the Soyuz, from io9: "Awe-Inspiring Pictures Taken from the ISS as the New Year Begins"
Across the Globe
Star Trails by Astronaut Don Pettit, ISS: As the ISS circles Earth at roughly 17,000 miles per hour, Flight Engineer Don Pettit takes
Iberian Peninsula at Night - photograph taken from the International Space Station (ISS).
Latin: "non est ad astra mollis e terris via" ; English: "There is no easy path from Earth to the Stars"
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Yuri's Planet by ISS Expedition 30, NASA: View of Earth from an altitude of 240 miles. On April 12, 1961 Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Alexseyevich
NASA photo of the International Space Station ISS on orbit above Earth taken by the crew of STS-128. Photo Credit: NASA
Science and Nature
The church and Roman lighthouse at Dover Castle, Kent, England. View from the main tower looking towards the English Channel and the French coast
Pretty things for the home
'Cross the English Channel in a Balloon' Photographic Print
The ISS Bounty was lost at sea decades ago… with the year's taxes from Concord still aboard. By Mathieu Lauffray