International Space Station Pictures

Article written: 15 Sep , 2009
Updated: 24 Dec , 2015
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With most of the construction of the International Space Station now complete, it’s quite an impressive sight to see. In fact, the space station is the brightest manmade object in space. It’s easy to see if you just know when and where to look. Check out our ISS tracking page with links to resources to find the station.

Here are some cool International Space Station pictures.


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This is a classic artist’s rendering of what the International Space Station will look like when all of its modules have been attached.


The International Space Station.  Credit: NASA

The International Space Station. Credit: NASA

And here’s another cool picture of the International Space Station.


Space station above the Earth. Image credit: NASA

Space station above the Earth. Image credit: NASA

Here’s a cool image of the International Space Station captured by the space shuttle. It shows the station in orbit above the Earth.


Our Earth's horizon and the International Space Station's solar array panels are featured in this image photographed by the Expedition 17 crew in August 2008.  Credit: NASA

Our Earth's horizon and the International Space Station's solar array panels are featured in this image photographed by the Expedition 17 crew in August 2008. Credit: NASA

You don’t get to see the full station in this picture, but it’s a beautiful view of the Earth’s horizon off to the side.


The Space Station. (NASA)

The Space Station. (NASA)

Another great image of the International Space Station.

We have written many many articles about the International Space Station for Universe Today. Here’s an article about how the station is so bright now it’s visible during the daytime. Here’s a link to NASA’s gallery of space station images.


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