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OnOrbit: July 2020



This long-exposure photograph from the International Space Station was taken during an orbital night period and reveals the Milky Way glittering above a bright but exaggerated atmospheric glow blanketing the Earth's horizon.


Lake Titicaca, pictured from the International Space Station as it orbited off the Pacific coast of South America.


The forward end of the Progress 76 resupply ship from Roscosmos is pictured shortly after it undocked from the Pirs docking compartment completing a seven-month stay at the International Space Station.


The International Space Station, with the Progress 74 cargo craft in the foreground, is about to orbit over the Pacific coast of South America near the northern tip of Chile.


The sun's glint beams off the South Pacific coast of southern Chile's Laguna San Rafael National Park.


The Atlantic Ocean and the southwest coast of Africa Seen From Orbit