An amazing picture taken by Chris Hadfield

Tonight's Finale: Dawn sneaking in under the Northern Lights. When we turn our lights down, nature lights up the sky. Taken by Chris Hadfield aboard the ISS.

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16 2013 "Undoubtedly one of the coolest space sights on Earth, the Richat Structure of Mauritania." Chris Hadfield, Canadian Astronaut, currently living in space aboard ISS as Commander of Expedition

Outback From Orbit - Expedition 34 Flight Engineer Chris Hadfield took this image of the Australian outback on Jan. 24, 2013.

Astronaut Chris Hadfield took this photo from 250 miles above earth's atmosphere // his caption: "Tonight's finale: Australia. Jackson Pollock would have been even further inspired by seeing the outback from orbit.

Wow - Col. Chris Hadfield...check out more beautiful pictures on his Facebook page and series.

Chris Hadfield's amazing images of earth from space The Nile and the Sinai Peninsula are pictured in this handout photo courtesy of Col. Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency, who photographed Earth from the International Space Station on March

Differing from our daily earth-like pictures, Astronauts get the unique chance to take amazing pictures many of us could never capture. Just like this one taken by Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield of farmlands in Brazil, maybe this is what Monteverde looks like from space! Check this article out:

Photograph from space: Commander Hadfield posted this shot of a vivid blue river snaking through Brazilian farmland

If you're not following Chris Hadfield's pictures from the ISS, you should be!

Chris Hadfield originally shared this post: Mt Etna, pouring heat and steam and smoke up through the snowcap. Earth never ceases to amaze. More photos from Chris Hadfield

Cmdr. Chris Hadfield just tweeted this picture of the Bahamas from space.

Planet Earth: "It’s hard to believe the colours of the Bahamas from Space" - Chris Hadfield - Canadian Astronaut, back on Earth after living in space aboard ISS as Commander of Expedition

"Glacial water burping into the Atlantic in deep Southern Argentina." - colchrishadfield

Commander Chris Hadfield photos from space - Glacial water burping into the Atlantic in deep Southern Argentina. Like use of the word burp!

pictures of Earth tweeted from space by astronaut Chris Hadfield!incredible.

Scenes of Earth tweeted from space

Australia - the dryness creates colours and textures that make the Outback immediately recognizable from space. Astronaut Chris Hadfield beams back incredible photographs of Earth from aboard the International Space Station.