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NASA’s Top Photos Taken from the International Space Station in 2020

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Post time 10-1-2021 12:16 PM | Show all posts |Read mode
NASA’s Top Photos Taken from the International Space Station in 2020




The astronauts who work on the International Space Station (ISS) have some of the best views of our planet that can be imagined. Thousands of photos of that view are captured every year, but which ones are NASA’s favorites?

The folks at the Earth and Science Remote Sensing Unit at NASA’s Johnson Space Center selected their Top 20 favorite images captured in 2020, shared from the Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth. There are hundreds and hundreds of truly breathtaking images worth perusing, but below are the top picks from NASA from the last year.

After the last year, it is particularly calming to just look at the beauty of Earth from above.




Cuba and the Bahamas | Nikon D5, 16mm


Cooper Creek, Australia | Nikon D5, 16mm


Corsica in Sunlight | Nikon D5, 58mm


Dust Over Cyprus | Nikon D5, 50mm


Fall Colors Near Ottawa, Canada | Nikon D5, 800mm


The Great Lakes | Nikon D5, 50mm


Kerguelen Islands | Nikon D5, 78mm


Wind Farms on Maui | Nikon D5, 1600mm


Moonrise over southern Atlantic Ocean | Nikon D4, 125mm


Lakes and Fires, southern Kenya | Nikon D5, 50mm


Sunrise over Great Australian Bight | Nikon D5, 70mm


Paris at Night | Nikon D5, 400mm


Flooding Along the Nile in Sudan | Nikon D5, 800mm


New Zealand | Nikon D5, 50mm


Western Australia | Nikon D4, 56mm


Airglow Above Western Indian Ocean | Nikon D5, 28mm


Dust Plume Over Southern Argentina | Nikon D5, 170mm


Reefs of Moindou Bay, New Caledonia | Nikon D5, 800mm


Cloud Swirl Above Northern Sahara Desert | Nikon D5, 28mm


Earth and Moon from Crew Dragon | Nikon D5, 14mm


All of the images were taken with either a Nikon D4 or NikonD5 and a host of different focal lengths. It’s interesting to see the differentperspectives offered from the ISS depending on the focal length thephotographer chose. For more images like these, current ISS astronaut SoichiNoguchi has been uploading images he’s taken from the space station since hejoined the crew late last year.

For more from the Johnson Space Center, you can subscribe totheir YouTube Channel.



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