111 Stunning Pictures from the International Space Station

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About 205 miles over our heads is the International Space Station, flying by at about 17,239.2 mph. At this speed the ISS circles the globe once ever 92 minutes 50 seconds.

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NASA Released A Stunning 4K Video Of A Solar Flare

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