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OnOrbit: July 2018



Page, Arizona, the Colorado River and Glen Canyon Dam which forms Lake Powell are pictured as the International Space Station's orbital trek took it over the southwestern United States.


The Sun's glint reflects off the Pacific Ocean shadowed by a line of cumulonimbus clouds as the International Space Station orbited over the International Date Line about 253 miles above the Earth's surface.


A portion the Innamincka Regional Reserve, surrounded by the Strzlecki Desert, is seen in the northeast part of the South Australia.


Composite image of typhoon Maria, approaching the East coast of China, from 00:00 UTC on Wednesday, 11 July 2018.


The archaeological and heritage site of N'Dhala Gorge Nature Park, near the city of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory of Australia, is pictured from the International Space Station.


The snow-capped tips of the Andes Mountains range separates the South American countries of Chile and Argentina.


The Amazon River, and its surrounding lakes, cuts through the South American country of Brazil.


Lake Titicaca is bisected by the South American countries of Peru and Bolivia with the Andes Mountain range skirting up against its northwestern edge.


A.J. (Drew) Feustel @Astro_Feustel Wonderful to see the nation's capital on a clear day! A single image steeped in so much history and potential. Happy Independence Day! #FourthofJuly2018 Larger image