This stunning photo shows astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson gazing out over the Earth from the International Space Station (ISS).
We can’t even articulate the levels of envy we’ve worked ourselves into here, but let’s just say there’s a good chance that grannies would start appearing on eBay if we thought it might score us a seat on the ISS.
In a photo taken in late September, Dr Dyson is looking out of the ISS’s Cupola window bay, floating some 350 kilometers above Earth.
Largest window in space
The Cupola is an ESA-built observatory module of the International Space Station (ISS) and with its seven windows is the largest window ever used in space.
Best of all, this superb photo gives us the opportunity to include a Kate Bush video on Wirefresh. And that’s never a bad thing.