NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman is the man behind the popular Vine account Space Vines.
As a flight engineer aboard the ISS since May 2014, Wiseman captures the Earth as it looks from the International Space Station, soaring 205 miles (330 km) above our heads.
Astronauts release the cargo spacecraft Cygnus which carried supplies to the astronauts.
Oh, nothing, just a mind-blowing time-lapse of Aurora Borealis.
Famous boot-like Italy on the left and flickers of lighting over the Balkans.
Houston, we have a lighting storm problem.
Crossing the Pacific Ocean at 17,400 miles or 28,000 kilometers per hour.
Yo-yos are always better under zero gravity.
Reid also takes incredible photos from space. Here's a few of them:
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