EARTH
FROM SPACE

Breathtaking photograph
of planet Earth taken by
astronauts
NATURE IS THE BEST ARTIST,
ON HER CANVASES EVERYTHING IS NATURAL,
HARMONIOUS AND FULL OF SENSE.

Amazing XL-size gift book
about the beauty of our Planet
200+ images from International Space Station.
Not by an artificial satellite, by real astronauts only.
200+
Full color high-resolution stunning images had shot by astronauts
from different countries
400 km
Altitude of ISS orbit
21,400 km/h
ISS Speed
WE NEED TO TAKE CARE
OF EARTH BECAUSE SPACESHIP EARTH
IS WHAT TAKES CARE OF US
Scott Kelly
Amazing XL-size gift book
about the beauty of our Planet
200+ images from International Space Station.
Not by an artificial satellite, by real astronauts only.
'Earth Art. How beautiful. It appears that in you, the space program has recruited someone with far more than technical skills. You really appreciate the artistry of our planet from the rare perspective of the ISS and you capture it so beautifully, Samantha. It's kind of you to share it with those of us who are earthbound. Thank you!'

Jeff Bowen , photographer




Inside the book

The book immerses the reader into a fascinating view of different corners of our planet. Clouds, cities, lakes, rivers, plains, gorges, forests, mountains, reefs, volcanoes, as well as unique shots of cyclones, Auroras, as seen by the ISS astronauts. The final OpenSpace series of breathtaking images, which show the outer space astronaut's work,
and absolutely fantastic sunrises and sunsets over the Earth.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues

Canada
Waters still quite frozen over off the coast.
Banks Peninsula, New Zealand.
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues

Lago di Braies
The lake lies at the foot of the rock wall of the Croda del Becco (ted. Seekofel , lad. Sass dla Porta 2,810 m) and is located within the natural park Fanes - Senes and Braies.
Rain clouds
It is a 405-hectare public park that borders the downtown of Vancouver in

Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US

Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
Sahalie Falls, US
After the South Fork confluence, the main stem of the McKenzie River continues west through a narrow valley in the mountains, receiving the Blue River from the north at the community of Blue River.
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Table of content
Astro's interview
Planet observing
Atmosphere
Africa
Australia/Oceania
Eurasia
North America
South America
Open space


'The borders of countries
are not visible from outer space '
Oleg Artemyev , cosmonaut, ISS 39/40 expedition





Astronauts


Samantha Cristoforetti
@AstroSamantha
Samantha Cristoforetti is an European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut of Italian nationality. Between November 2014 and June 2015 she spent 199 days on board the International Space Station as a Flight Engineer for Expedition 42/43. During ASI's Futura Mission, Samantha conducted experiments in the Station's laboratories. Samantha is a Captain in the Italian Air Force.


Scott Kelly
@StationCDRKelly
Scott Kelly is a former military fighter pilot and test pilot, an engineer, a retired astronaut, and a retired U.S. Navy captain. A veteran of four space flights, Kelly commanded the International Space Station (ISS) on three expeditions and was a member of the yearlong mission to the ISS. In October 2015


Oleg Artemjew
@OlegMKS
Roscosmos (Russia) Test Cosmonaut and flight Engineer ISS Expedition 39/40
Sergey Ryazansky
@SergeyISS
Commander, ISS expedition 40/41, Roscosmos
Alexander Gerst
@Astro_Alex
ESA astronaut, geophysicist, volcanologist & explorer.
The book about beauty of Earth
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