Une sélection de photographies prise de l’espace par la NASA, montrant certaines des plus impressionnantes vues de notre planète. Les images sont construites avec une caméra NASA’s Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) et combinent trois images combinées qui ensemble donnent une qualité photographique.

Expedition 32 crew onboard the International Space Station, flying an altitude of approximately 240 miles, recorded a series of images of Aurora Australis

Reid Wiseman tweeted this photo from the International Space Station on Tuesday morning, Sept. 2, 2014. “My favorite views from #space – just past #sunrise over the ocean,” the Expedition 40 astronaut tweeted.

Earth as seen from the Cupola on the Earth-facing side of the International Space Station

Dagze Co Lake in Tibet

Night on Earth

NASA’s Terra satellite passed over the Arctic Ocean during a solar eclipse

Great Lakes and Central U.S. Viewed From the International Space Station

Rub’ al Khali Desert, Arabian Peninsula

Alaska’s Brooks Range seen during the IceBridge survey flight from Thule, Greenland to Fairbanks, Alaska.

75% of the Earth’s surface are made of water. It is the main feature of our planet.

Flying Through an Aurora

Jim Lovell, and Lunar Module Pilot William Anders taken pictures of Moon and Earth in 1968

Storm cell photo was taken from NASA’s high-altitude ER-2 aircraft

Photograph taken by VIIRS instrument aboard NASA’s most recently launched Earth-observing satellite – Suomi NPP.

Volcanic storm on Vanuatu Archipelago

Lagoon of Venice

Earth’s city lights

Iberian Peninsula (Spain and Portugal) on July 26, 2014, Expedition 40