OnOrbit: April 2019

The International Space Station crosses the terminator, the line that separates night and day on Earth, as it orbits 254 miles above the Gulf of Guinea on Africa's mid-western coast.

The frozen southern tip of Hudson Bay, which lies in between Ontario and Quebec, is pictured as the International Space Station orbited 258 miles above Canada.

The International Space Station was orbiting 258 miles above Canada when an Expedition 59 crew member photographed Manicouagan Crater (right center) and the St. Lawrence River in Quebec.

The Soyuz MS-12 spacecraft that launched three new Expedition 59-60 crew members to the International Space Station is pictured docked to the Rassvet module.