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ISS—Earth’s Changing Vistas

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Crewmembers on the International Space Station are treated to Earth views that are constantly changing. NASA Astronaut Terry Virts, Commander of Expedition 43, ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut, Samantha Cristoforetti and Russian cosmonaut, Mikhail Kornienko, both flight engineers, enjoy the wonder of Earth’s changing vistas from the station’s cupola. The ISS cupola is a series of special windows that allow 360- degree views from the station. This image is from March 9, 2015. ISS042E340851 (03/09/2015) Courtesy of NASA.

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