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mercredi 23 novembre 2011

Une vue imprenable sur la Terre

 Merci Serge

Envy ISS: Une vue imprenable sur la Terre de la Station spatiale internationale avec leur fenêtre sur le monde offrant une vue imprenable de la Terre et de l'univers comme un tout. L'espace peut devenir la prochaine frontière pour les vacances. Si cela devient une réalité, et nous pouvons réserver un hôtel spatial avec un oeil dans le ciel surplombant la Terre. .
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View of Aurora from ISS
Normally, we look up at amazing auroras, but the ISS crew is fortunate enough to have and captures auroras like this to give us an entirely different perspective of the phenomena. Photo #1 by NASA

Durrat Al Bahrain
Durrat Al Bahrain photographed by an Expedition 26 crew member on the International Space Station. At the southern end of Bahrain Island is a new complex of 14 artificial islands designed for residential living and tourism with luxury hotels and shopping malls. The Durrat Al Bahrain includes 21 square kilometers of new surface area—for more than 1,000 residences—that has been designed as The Islands. There are six “atolls” leading off five fish-shaped “petals,” but we thought the one of the lower right looks a bit like Pacman. Views from jet liners at high altitude—and orbital platforms such as the International Space Station—are the only ways to fully appreciate these spectacular sights. Photo #2 by NASA
Eruption of Cleveland Volcano, Aleutian Islands, Alaska is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 13 crewmember on the ISS
Eruption of Cleveland Volcano, Aleutian Islands, Alaska is featured in this image photographed by an Expedition 13 crewmember on the ISS. Visitors to outer space continually get to be awed by nature’s beauty on Earth, but they also have a ringside seat for all flavors of natural disasters. Photo #3 by NASA
Northwestern Europe August 10, 2011 as seen by ISS
Northwestern Europe bright city lights on August 10, 2011 as seen by ISS. Photo #4 by NASA / GSFC
Russian Soyuz Spacecraft from ISS
A Russian Soyuz spacecraft, docked to the International Space Station, is featured in this image photographed on 31 Jan. 2011 by an ISS Expedition 26 crew member. A blue and white part of Earth and the blackness of space provide the backdrop for the scene. Photo #5 by NASA

 

Perdizes, Minas Gerais, Brazil as seen from ISS
Agricultural fields near Perdizes, Minas Gerais, Brazil as seen from the space station. Photo #6 by NASA
Room With a View - Window on the World
Room With a View – Window on the World. An Expedition 26 crew member used a fish-eye lens to capture this image of the Cupola of the International Space Station on (27 Jan. 2011). Photo #8 by NASA
Heart of Central Asia
Heart of Central Asia. Photo #9 by USGS / NASA
Wildfires with smoke plumes faintly visible in the night sky of Australia
Wildfires with smoke plumes faintly visible in the night sky of Australia. The gold / green halo is atmospheric airglow hanging above the horizon. Photo #10 by NASA / USGS
Agricultural crops in Aragon and Catalonia
Agricultural crops in Aragon and Catalonia. This image of north-eastern Spain looks a bit like a geometric hopscotch or an agricultural quilt covering the Earth. Photo #11 by KARI (Korea Aerospace Research Institute)
ISS shot of Earth's Moon
ISS shot of Earth’s Moon. Photo #12 by NASA
Jules Verne ATV following undocking from the ISS
Jules Verne ATV after undocking from the ISS. Backdropped by a blue and white Earth, ESA’s Jules Verne Automated Transfer Vehicle (lower left) appears to be very small as it continues its relative separation from the International Space Station. Photo #13 by NASA
Grand Canyon from ISS
We looked at the Grand Canyon from an on-Earth perspective, but looking down at the Grand Canyon from the ISS and outer space is completely different. Photo #14 by NASA
Rainbow over the equatorial Pacific
It’s very faint, but the ISS crew captured this rainbow over the equatorial Pacific. Photo #15 by NASA / Visible Earth
Indianapolis raceway racetrack
ISS shot of the Indianapolis raceway. Photo #16 by NASA
International Space Station March 2011
International Space Station March 2011. Photo #17 by NASA
Sunrise 1 of 16 sunrises ISS astronauts see everyday
This is but 1 of 16 sunrises ISS astronauts see everyday! On Saturday, Aug. 27, 2011, International Space Station astronaut Ron Garan used a high definition camera to film the rising sun as the station flew along a path between Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Buenos Aires, Argentina. Photo #18 by NASA
Lit up night view of the Nile River and its delta
Lit up night view of the Nile River and its delta. Photo #19 by NASA
Contrail graffiti over the North Sea
While you’ve no doubt looked up at jet trails, this is contrail graffiti over the North Sea. The Envisat MERIS image over the North Sea captures numerous aircraft condensation trails, or ‘contrails’, as well as parts of the Netherlands (upper right), Belgium (lower right) and England (lower left). Photo #20 by ESA
Hurricane Earl, eye, spiral bands, sea surface from ISS - The Astronaut View
The Astronaut View: Hurricane Earl as seen from the ISS. Photo #21 by NASA
Floating city - The islands that make up the Italian city of Venice and the surrounding Venetian Lagoon
When we think of Venice, we often imagine romantic boat rides through canals. But this is the view from ‘outer space.’ Floating City – The islands that make up the Italian city of Venice and the surrounding Venetian Lagoon. Photo #22 by European Space Imaging (EUSI)
Eclipse View from the ISS
Eclipse View from the ISS. The International Space Station was in position to view the umbral – ground – shadow cast by the moon as it moved between Earth and the sun during a solar eclipse. This astronaut image captures the umbral shadow across southern Turkey, northern Cyprus and the Mediterranean Sea. Photo #23 by NASA
Kounotori2 Approaches Space Station
Kounotori2 Approaches Space Station. The unpiloted Japanese Kounotori2 H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV2) delivered more than four tons of food and supplies to the space station and its crew members. Photo #24 by NASA
Mississippi River and agricultural fields of Arkansas from ISS
Mississippi River and agricultural fields of Arkansas from the ISS. Photo #25 by NASA
ISS shot of Ariane 5 rocket, just after lift off from Europe's Spaceport
ISS shot of Ariane 5 rocket, just after liftoff from Europe’s Spaceport. The Expedition 26 crew had a special interest in the occurrence. The ESA’s second Automated Transfer Vehicle, Johannes Kepler, had launched a short time earlier for an eventual link-up with the ISS. The unmanned supply ship delivered critical supplies and reboost the space station during its almost four-month mission. Photo #26 by NASA
The heart-shaped island of Galešnjak
The heart-shaped island of Galešnjak. The 500 m-wide island is situated off the Croatian coast in the Adriatic Sea, between the city of Turanj (visible in white stretching along Croatia’s mainland coast) and the Island of Pasman (bottom left). Other visible islands include (left to right): Garmenjak (bottom), Mala Bisaga, Vela Bisaga, Ricul and Komornik. Photo #27 by JAXA, ESA
Madagascar jellyfish
Madagascar jellyfish taken from Japan’s ALOS observation satellite and not the ISS, but still, what a wowza sight! The red coloring of the sandbars and islands between the ‘jellyfish tentacles’ comes from sediments washed from hills and into the streams and rivers during heavy rain. Photo #28 by JAXA, ESA
Moon from ISS
Moon from ISS. Photo #29 by NASA
ATV at about 20 km from ISS
ATV as seen by ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli from the International Space Station. Photo #30 by ESA/NASA
Man-made island in the Persian Gulf
A partly man-made island located in the Persian Gulf some 25 nautical miles northwest of Abu Dhabi. Photo #31 by JAXA, ESA
picture of Hurricane Ike by the ISS crew
Picture of Hurricane Ike by the ISS crew. Photo #32 by NASA
ISS eye to the universe - Tranquility
ISS eye to the universe – Tranquility. Astronauts onboard the ISS acquired a new view of Earth after the space shuttle Endeavour delivered the Tranquility module to the station. Measuring 15 feet wide by 23 feet long, Tranquility holds some of the station’s environmental control equipment, such as the system that cleans carbon dioxide from the air, and it also provides living space for exercise equipment and a bathroom. Tranquility also comes with a cupola, a dome-shaped viewing port made up of seven windows. Photo #33 by NASA
Aurora Australis from space – RAW VISION: Astronauts on the International Space Station film the aurora australis, or “southern lights”, while passing over the Indian Ocean on September 17, 2011. #34
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