Sun is still shining, look at the view

  • Astronauts orbiting 200 miles above the surface of the Earth see a lot more sunrises than folks stuck back on the ground - one every 90 minutes in fact. 

    But that doesn't stop them being rather special, as shown by this shot taken with a hand-held camera on board the Space Shuttle Endeavour as it approached the International Space Station a couple of days ago.

    A higher res image is available on the NASA site here.

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