Whether you are looking back on Earth or up into space, the views from on-board the International Space Station are truly breathtaking.

We found the below images in the archive of NASA astronaut Scott Kelly’s year-long mission to the International Space Station, and thought they were too good not to share. Scott launched aboard a Soyuz spacecraft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in March 2015. During his year-long stay in space, he performed scientific experiments on how the body adapts to life in a micro-gravity environment.

Here’s our top 10 picks from his amazing album.

(All images: Credit NASA and Scott Kelly.)

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Astronaut Scott Kelly in the Cupola of the ISS

Frozen Lake in the Himalayas

Frozen Lake in Himalayas

Good Morning West Coast

The Milky Way’s Magic

Moonlight over Italy


A New Day in Egypt

The Northern Lights (or Aurora Borealis)

Ocean Blues in the Bahamas