The International Space Station orbits the Earth at about 17,150 miles per hour - making a trip around the world about every 90 minutes. In recent months, crew members of Expedition 65 and 66 have taken more amazing photographs of our lovely planet.
Dunes in the Sahara Desert.
A view of Venice, Italy.
A view of the Aleutian Islands.
A view of British Columbia's snowcapped Coast Mountains and the city of Vancouver at upper left.
Landscape in northern Wyoming.
A view of the sea floor in the Bahamas.
All photos courtesy of NASA
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