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Aurora Australis and Daybreak

Aurora Australis and Daybreak. The Aurora Australis, seen at right on Earth’s horizon, and daybreak (left) highlight this “busy” photograph taken by one of the Expedition 30 crew members aboard the International Space Station. Photo by NASA

A beautiful clear shot of the Aurora Borealis near Australia, from the ISS [4256 x 2832][OS]Image credit: NASA

alienspaceshipcentral: One of the more spectacular scenes of the aurora australis was photographed by one of the Expedition 40 crew members aboard the International Space Station from an altitude of approximately 223 nautical miles Image Credit: NASA

In-flight Entertainment by Paul Williams, UK. Resplendent aurora seen from the window of a flight between London & N.Y.

Aurora seen from the Window of a transatlantic flight between London and New York in The photographer balanced his camera on his backpack to capture the greatest natural light shown on earth from a rare perspective.

International Space Station, a step on the way to greater exploration.

International Space Station, a step on the way to greater exploration.

MARS LANDING

NASA Scientists Hail Mars Rover Landing As 'Miracle Of Engineering' - International Business Times

The SpaceX Dragon capsule is grappled and berthed to the Earth-facing port of the International Space Station's Harmony module at 12:02 p.m. EDT, May 25, 2012.

[FULL] SpaceX Dragon Dock to the International Space Station (First Commercial Spacecraft Ever)

Thin Blue Line  Using a digital still camera, the International Space Station Expedition Three crew captured a setting sun and the thin blue airglow line at Earth's horizon. Some of the station's components are silhouetted in the foreground. This image was taken on Sept. 16, 2001.

Image of the Day Gallery

Using a digital still camera, the International Space Station Expedition 3 crew captured a setting sun and the thin blue airglow line at Earth's horizon. Some of the station's components are silhouetted in the foreground. This image was taken on Sept.

This Russian Progress vehicle is packed full of trash, hatches closed, and ready to undock from Space Station tonight at GMT 20:44, July 25.  The vehicle and all of it's contents will burn up as it enters Earth's atmosphere.  KN from space.

This Russian Progress vehicle is packed full of trash, hatches closed, and ready to undock from Space Station tonight at GMT 25 July. The vehicle and all of it's contents will burn up as it enters Earth's atmosphere.

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