Comet Lovejoy from the ISS

International Space Station Commander Dan Burbank capturedthis spectacular imagery of Comet Lovejoy, viewed from about 240 miles above the Earth's horizon on December 21. The astronauts were over Tasmania, just before sunrise. Two days later, the station received three new crew members. Follow astronaut Don Pettit's blog at blogs.airspacemag.com/pettit. Source: NASA (1:55)

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