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    • A photo of the Earth taken from the International Space Station using a long exposure
    • Mars' surface
    • A photo of the Earth shot by Scott Kelly
    • Yuri Malenchenko’s selfie
    • Aurora from space
    • A photo of the southern pole of Jupiter
    • A photo of the Earth shot by Scott Kelly
    • Janus and Enceladus over Saturn's rings
    • A photo of the Earth shot by Scott Kelly
    • Spacewalk
    • A picture of Mars from Hubble
    • Meridiani Planum on Mars
    • Carina Nebula
    • A photo of Africa by Sergey Volkov
    • The rings of Saturn
    • Tyuleniy Archipelago
    • A satellite image of the construction site of the bridge across the Kerch Strait
    • A cluster of young stars
    • A double solar eclipse
    • Orbital ATK's Cygnus cargo craft
    • Tibetan Plateau
    • Space bubble
    • Lake Tengiz in Kazakhstan
    • Haze layers above Pluto’s limb
    • Plankton bloom in the Barents Sea
    • Sunlit part of Jupiter
    • Icy surface of Jupiter's moon Europa
    • Active region at the edge of the Sun
    • The moon of Saturn Enceladus' south pole
    • A picture of Australia by Scott Kelly
    • The surface of Mars
    • Milky Way rising over the horizon
    This photo of the Earth was taken from the International Space Station using a long exposure. The ISS orbits the Earth every 90 minutes on average, so the astronauts can see 16 sunrises and sunsets each day.

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