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NASA's Christina Koch shares an enchanting image of the starry world outside the space station.Christina Koch gets artsy with an ISS view of streaking stars, storms, Earth lights and satellites.

ISS astronaut shares surreal van Gogh-like view of Earth and stars - CNET

NASA astronaut Christina Koch took this incredible picture of star trails and lights on Earth from the International Space Station (ISS).NASA astronaut Christina Koch took this incredible picture of star trails and lights on Earth from the International Space Station (ISS).

NASA news: Astronaut snaps picture of stars over Earth from Space Station | Science | News | Express.co.uk

“40 Years Ago, NASA's Skylab Space Station Fell to Earth https://t.co/y7uGPCDvWE”

𝕸𝖆𝖙𝖙 𝕾𝖙𝖆𝖌𝖌𝖘 on Twitter: "40 Years Ago, NASA's Skylab Space Station Fell to Earth https://t.co/y7uGPCDvWE"

“This weekend @bbcclick is at Mission Control @nasa. This used to be Mission Control for Apollo 12 (11 was upstairs). Now it commands the ISS. https://t.co/JhTi4bXlgr”

Spencer Kelly on Twitter: "This weekend @bbcclick is at Mission Control @nasa. This used to be Mission Control for Apollo 12 (11 was upstairs). Now it commands the ISS. https://t.co/JhTi4bXlgr… https://t.co/aI5Psb4mBt"

“Today marks 40 years since a NASA space station fell from orbit and disintegrated over... a small coastal town in WA. It set in motion some unusual events https://t.co/VU3FchPMF2”

Tom Joyner on Twitter: "Today marks 40 years since a NASA space station fell from orbit and disintegrated over... a small coastal town in WA. It set in motion some unusual events https://t.co/VU3FchPMF2"

“40 years on people are still coming forward with parts of NASA's Skylab space station which crashed on WA's South Coast. @sunriseon7 https://t.co/LW5FRsPX67”

Matt Tinney on Twitter: "40 years on people are still coming forward with parts of NASA's Skylab space station which crashed on WA's South Coast. @sunriseon7… https://t.co/cBQOeGN7ub"