OnOrbit: October 2019

The Sun's glint beams off Lake Michigan in this southward view taken from the International Space Station orbiting 253 miles above Canada just north of Lake Superior.

Issyk-Kul Lake in the central Asian nation of Kyrgyzstan is surrounded by the snow-capped Tian Shen mountains.

Christina H Koch @Astro_Christina "Moonrise, at Sunrise, from the @Space_Station".

A first quarter Moon is pictured from the International Space Station just above the Earth's limb.

NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan takes an out-of-this-world "space-selfie" during a spacewalk to upgrade International Space Station power systems on the Port- 6 (P6) truss structure.

The Kounotori H-II Transfer Vehicle 8 (HTV-8) from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

Nick Hague @AstroHague "From only a few hundred miles up, you can see an entire state. The human footprint fades and the blue, and turquoise waters around Florida draw you in. Here is where we will launch ourselves to the Moon during #Artemis, as we continue to explore the mysteries of our universe."

Hurricane Lorenzo was heading toward the Azores Islands when NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite provided forecasters with an image of the storm. Satellite imagery revealed the large extent of the storm.