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Indian Ocean Maldives “The sunny side of life” is a catchphrase used to attract tourists to the Maldive Islands. Well it certainly looks heavenly from the ISS. Time to order a large drink, you know, one with a lot of fruit and a little umbrella, then stretch out on a hammock and just enjoy life, watching what I can only imagine a marvelous sunset. Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Pacific Ocean Hawaii
Aloha! Scanning westward we approach the Hawaiian Islands. The Big Island is clearly visible. Kilauea is sometimes called “the world’s only drive-in volcano.” This prolific volcano currently produces 250,000-650,000 cubic yards of lava per day, enough to resurface a 20-mile-long, two-lane road daily. Image: NASA/ESA
Aurora Australis, New Zealand
I do not think I have ever seen the Aurora from inside the Aurora itself. This images is awesome on so many levels. It reminds me of a laser show by Jean Michel Jarre – secretive and mysterious. Image: NASA/ESA
East coast of Spain at Night
Looking southward on to the east coast of Spain, at night, with the Balearic sea as a dark cloak. The Island of Mallorca is visible on the top left. With Barcelona’s bright lights behind some clouds, I’m reminded about my own bucket list. One day I want to go there to see FC Barcelona face Real Madrid. Soccer might not be huge in the US but it is by far the leading sport in the rest of the world.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Manam Volcano, Papua New Guinea
Manam or “the Green Volcano” as I’d like to call it, is just 10 kilometers (6 miles) across. Manam is a stratovolcano, composed of alternating layers of ash, lava, and rocks from prior eruptions. Manam is one of Papua New Guinea’s most active volcanoes, and it has occasionally caused casualties, including 13 deaths from a pyroclastic flow in December 1996, and four deaths from a mudflow in March 2007. On a happier note, this image looks like a perfect movie set (Jurassic Park or King Kong comes to mind).
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
HTV on ISS backdrop East coast of Argentina
Sometimes when I look at photos I get a vertigo feel come over me. This is one of those. My stomach turns when I imaging actually being on the ISS, looking down on our beautiful planet. We see the Atlantic Ocean off the Argentinian coast. More precisely, we see San Matias Gulf.
Image credit: NASA/ESA
Beaver Lake in Arkansas USA
Beaver Lake, a man-made reservoir, completed in 1966 and nestled high in the Ozark Mountains, is located in northwest Arkansas, the birthplace of the White River. Even if man-made lakes sometimes are destructive to wildlife, it is still pretty impressive how mankind can shape our planet.
Image: NASA/ESA
East Coast of the USA, with the last light of the day visible on the horizon
With New York and Long Island on the bottom left we see a big chunk of the east coast at night. The last light of the day at the horizon is spectacular. I wonder if it’s still possible to pay 20 million or so to go to the ISS? If so, my only problem would be to find the 20 million…
Image: NASA/ESA
Earth and the stars
So this is what the Milky Way looks like when there are no annoying city lights to obstruct the view. To quote Dr. McCoy from Star Trek “In this galaxy there’s a mathematical probability of three million Earth-type planets. And in the universe, three million million galaxies like this. And in all that, and perhaps more…only one of each of us.”
Image: NASA/ESA
Long Beach California night clouds
Only half an hour from where I am in beautiful Santa Monica we have this place, Long Beach. The place where you can find “Queen Mary” and “The Aquarium of the Pacific”. One of the best things is to take a whale watching day trip when the gray whales migrate. They move right off the coast here.
Image: NASA/ESA
United Kingdom and Ireland by night
Home to authors of Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare), Pride and Prejudice (Austin), Dracula (Stoker) and Harry Potter (J.K. Rowlings). Last time I was in London was just before the shift of the millennium in 1999. The British Isles are magnificent and I always feel very drawn to them. I love the British (and Irish) people. Image: NASA/ESA
ATV launch viewed from ISS
Arianespace and ESA Launched an ATV bound for the ISS. It must be pretty cool to be so high up and be able to see that far. Wonder what the actual distance was from the ISS to the ATV launch?
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
ISS solar panelss
The solar panels of the ISS is actually quite majestic. With the last light on the horizon the colors are enhanced and adds a bit of a mystery.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
French Riviera by night
The Côte d’Azur is not only super expensive, super popular but also super beautiful. The moonlight reflection in the Mediterranean sea only enhances the beauty. This place might be the only place that really can rival southern California.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Barcelona, Spain by night
The lights from Barcelona are really bright here. It looks like a perfect cloud-free shot. It always surprises me how clear these night images of our beautiful planet are. A very nice picture.
Image: NASA/ESA
Super Moon
On March 19th of this year we had a “Super Moon” sighting across out planet. A “supermoon” is the coincidence of a full moon with the closest approach the Moon makes to the Earth. The moon photographed from the ISS is spectacular, and in this picture even Earth looks trippy.
Image: NASA/ESA
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Cape Cod, often referred to locally as “the Cape”, is an island and a cape in the easternmost portion of the state of Massachusett. The Sun’s reflection turns the Atlantic into gold, highlighting the marvelous Cape. It’s almost like it’s on a “golden” shimmer.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Moscow, Russia by Night
A city with over 10 Million, Moscow is not only the capital of Russia but also the heart of European culture. The Russians are passionate, proud, smart, sexy but also highly intellectual, sophisticated and frankly a lot of fun. The heart of a super power in all areas is what this picture gives us. And the city is magnificent.
Image: NASA/ESA
Sunset off West Africa
This image puzzles me a bit. We can see the beautiful last glow of the sunset. But then there is the bright light on the horizon. The angle gives me two light sources? I thought we only had one sun…
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Sicily, Italy
Well Sicily has been crowned the original home of the Mafia by the Godfather movies. I for one see beauty and and a majestic island, filled with passionate, food and music loving people, some courageously living in the shadow of a monster of a volcano (Etna). Not clear if it is the sunlight or moonlight reflected in the Mediterranean sea around it. In any case the shot is incredible.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Lake Qadisiyah on the Euphrates river, Iraq
Haditha Dam, an earth-fill dam on the Euphrates, north of Haditha, creating Lake Qadisiyah. From space it looks like a chinese dragon, ready to launch an attack. There are many beautiful spots in Iraq, unfortunately unreachable due to the never ending violence and war. One day perhaps we can travel and experience the beauty of the Euphrates- and Tigris deltas, and all historical places it hides. Perhaps even the garden of Eden.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Heart shaped atoll north east of Solomon Islands
This atoll is favored by the astronauts on the ISS. They sent us this on Valentines day (Feb 14th). An atoll is an island (or islands) of coral, that encircles a lagoon, partially or completely. If you look it up, you’ll find that an atoll is actually the top of an old volcano. Very beautiful and cleverly done by the ISS crew.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
San Quintin Glacier, Chile
The San Quintín Glacier is the largest outflow glacier of the Northern Patagonian Ice Field, in southern Chile. Like many glaciers worldwide during the twentieth century, San Quintín appears to be losing mass and retreating rapidly. Natural order, or man-made effect? I’m not going to speculate, but instead enjoy the beauty of a majestic glacier.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Crete, Greece and Turkey
To continue this article of photos from space, I also found this crystal clear, day time image of Hellas (Greece), Turkey and the exciting island of Crete. Crete has a rich mythology, mostly connected with the ancient greek Gods, but also connected with the Minoan civilization. Among other Crete is the birthplace of the the God Zeus in greek mythology. The Island has the world famous labyrinth (Palace) of Knossos.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Nile River
The Nile is a major north-flowing river in North Africa, generally regarded as the longest river in the world. It is 6,650 km (4,130 miles) long. At the very bottom of the picture you can see where the Blue Nile joins with the White Nile, to form “the Nile”. It was while searching for the origins of the Nile that explorer Dr Livingston met up with Stanley, that in turn lead to the now famous expression: “Dr Livingston I presume?”
Image: NASA/ESA
Buenos Aires, Argentina – Rio de la Plata
Rio de la Plata, is the river formed by the confluence of the Uruguay River and the Paraná River on the border between Argentina and Uruguay. It looks like a painting, with a silver blood vein fueling a grand heart down to the left. Very exotic, almost alien like, with stunning light reflections.
Image: NASA/ESA
Cyclone Dianne forms off the north west coast of Australia
In meteorology, a cyclone is an area of closed, circular fluid motion, rotating in the same direction as the Earth. I’ve seen pictures of hurricanes and cyclones before but if you look close you can actually glance the planet beneath. Look at the center of the eye. It’s just a blue thread, but still pretty cool.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Somali Desert
Beautiful red ‘coral’, north of Bacaadweyn, west of KalabaydhImage. This I have not seen before. It’s like the Earth is bleeding. Spectacular picture. Credit: NASA/ESA
Chaco National Park Paraguay
The great American Chaco is a plain of about 1.000.000 km2. It covers parts of Bolivia , Paraguay, Brazil and Argentina. The clouds around the edges make the planet below look like reptile scales. Perhaps it is where Godzilla is lurking.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Parque Nacional Los Glaceres Argentina
Lago Argentino in the Patagonian province of Santa Cruz, Argentina. It is the biggest freshwater lake in Argentina, with a surface area of 1,466 km2 (566 sq mi). However look closely and you can see an imprint of a body. Just like someone fell from the sky and made a huge impact.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Santiago, Cabo Verde
Cabo Verde is an archipelago of 10 islands, located in the central Atlantic Ocean, 570 kilometres off the coast of Western Africa. Even if the name implies “green” it looks very dry to me. Santiago is the largest island of Cape Verde, with an area of 991 km². The island is mountainous, although slightly flatter in the southeast. Transcontinental slavery made Cidade Velha the second richest city in the Portuguese realm.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
The Dead Sea, Israel
The Dead Sea, also called the Salt Sea, is a salt lake bordering Jordan to the east and Israel and the West Bank to the west. Its surface and shores are 423 metres (1,388 ft) below sea level, the lowest elevation on the Earth’s surface on dry land. The sea has a density of 1.24 kg/L, making swimming difficult but providing a relaxing floating experience. Interesting how they named it the “dead sea”, being next to the holy land.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA
Rio Sao Francisco, Brazil
The colors and shapes of the river and the fields make a beautiful, and unexpected composition. It’s like one of God’s paintings.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA

Sunset reflection in the Caspian Sea
The Caspian Sea is the largest enclosed body of water on Earth by area, variously classed as the world’s largest lake or sea. The sea has a surface area of 371,000 km2 (143,200 sq mi). I decided to end my article with this magnificent shot. Our planet is pure gold. Cherish it, it’s the only one we got.
Image Credit: NASA/ESA

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Елена Канунникова

комментирует материал 23.04.2011 #

Спасибо за космический космомс.

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Барон Мюнхгаузен

отвечает Елена Канунникова на комментарий 23.04.2011 #

Ну, мне на ядре-то не проблема. Особенно в космомс.

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Александр Баташев

отвечает Барон Мюнхгаузен на комментарий 23.04.2011 #

Красиво!!!! Надеюсь при съемках ни один космический аппарат не пострадал? А то на ядре то....оно ведь чугунное:)))

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Елена Канунникова

отвечает Барон Мюнхгаузен на комментарий 23.04.2011 #

Фотоаппарат качественный.А даль. что нет подписей? Кажется, одна фотография как из микроскопа?Там лист? здесь похоже на лист?

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Барон Мюнхгаузен

отвечает Елена Канунникова на комментарий 24.04.2011 #

Так понятней?

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Елена Канунникова

отвечает Барон Мюнхгаузен на комментарий 24.04.2011 #

Раньше было понятней.Луше бы с переводом.

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Барон Мюнхгаузен

отвечает Елена Канунникова на комментарий 24.04.2011 #

Денежным? Губа - не дура!

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Елена Канунникова

отвечает Барон Мюнхгаузен на комментарий 24.04.2011 #

Я копировала ангийские буквы и вставляла в переводчик.И всё было понятно.Я не такая умная по переводам текста,уровень школьной программы есть и всё. :что-то могу сказать устно, но перевести текст? ноу?Я не знаю английского языка.

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Александр Твист

комментирует материал 23.04.2011 #

Сумасшедчее достижение в оптике. Такая красота. В космосе мы точно не побываем, но вот в Ницце с Канами хотелось бы.

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Барон Мюнхгаузен

отвечает Александр Твист на комментарий 24.04.2011 #

Считайте, что в космосе Вы уже находитесь. Ведь в сущности Земля это своего рода космический корабль.

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Евлампия Любомир

комментирует материал 24.04.2011 #

Ещё раз посмотрела. Фантастика! Когда фото не были подписаны, обратила на один снимок города. Подумала, кольца как в Москве. Оказалось так и есть. Мне +. Спасибо, Барон. Может найдёте ещё космические фото, пожалуйста.

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Masonych The First

комментирует материал 24.04.2011 #

Спасибо. "Ощущение такое будто в космосе была!"

Барон, а Вы загрузили все фото сразу или каждую отдельно? Если сразу, то поделитесь как. Если отдельно, специальная благодарность за труд.

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Барон Мюнхгаузен

отвечает Masonych The First на комментарий 24.04.2011 #

Разом это делается путём простого копирования.
Можно и по отдельности. Раскрыть. Скопировать. Прежний блог удалить. Сделать новый с уже раскрытым материалом.

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moguaku nl

комментирует материал 24.04.2011 #

Особенно эффект "лапы".
Где Камчатка? - Ась?

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Барон Мюнхгаузен

отвечает moguaku nl на комментарий 24.04.2011 #

Позвоните во вторник на МКС - они сейчас бухают по случаю Пасхи, завтра будут с бодуна никакие, а к послезавтра отойдут.

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moguaku nl

отвечает Барон Мюнхгаузен на комментарий 24.04.2011 #

Что случилось? Вы ответили...
Христос воскресе!
Не знаю, что такое МКС

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