Zinnias in Space
After a bout of mold threatened the crew’s crop of zinnias, Kelly nursed the flowers back to life. He posted a photo of this beautiful bouquet to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Winter Storm Jonas from Space
As Winter Storm Jonas buried Baltimore, New York City, and D.C. in snow, Kelly sat warm on the ISS and watched the storm roll in.
Scott Kelly's Toe Points Out the Moon
A view of the Earth from a glass room on the ISS. That little white speck Kelly points to with his toe is the moon.
Sunrise on the ISS
Sunrise on the ISS means not only a brilliantly lit up Earth, but also a lit up space station. The glow from the Earth surrounds the whole station in an orange glow.
Scott Kelly Spacewalk Selfie
Kelly snaps one of the coolest selfies ever taken—himself suited up for a spacewalk.
The Bahamas from Space
Cool blue water of the Bahamas makes this shot look more like abstract art than a picture of the Earth.
Hurricane Jimena swirls over the Earth, and dwarves the moon in the distance.
Aurora Viewed from the International Space Station
The brilliant colors of an aurora light up the Earth.
U.S. East Coast Rivers
Another piece of Earth art—beautiful flowing rivers in the US East Coast.
Coffee from Recycled Urine on the International Space Station
Kelly reminds us all to recycle with this photo of a droplet of his morning coffee, made from his own urine.