Auroras Seen from International Space Station
A stunning aurora danced over south Australian on June 24. This image, captured by NASA Expedition 48 Commander Jeff Williams, was taken from the International Space Station orbiting Earth.
Europe by Night
Expedition 49 crewmembers on the International Space Station captured this nighttime view of Western Europe on Sept. 24. A docked Soyuz and Progress Spacecraft are visible in the foreground. The thick, dark strip behind the Soyuz spacecraft is the Alps.
Aurora Dazzles Above Iceland
This dramatic panorama hosts a collision of legends: Icelandic villages, beaches and basaltic rocks, and Greek gods, as well as the beauty of the aurora borealis.
Aurora Corona and the Moon Over Sweden
Astrophotographer Mia Stålnacke sent in a photo of an auroral display alongside the moon on Jan. 23, 2016, taken in Sweden
Aurora Seen in Tromsø, Norway
Marion Duignan recently went on vacation in Norway. She obtained this photo of herself beneath an auroral display seen in Tromsø during the Tromsø Safari/Northern Light Safari tour.
Layers of Splendor Revealed Auroras Image
The auroras are best seen during the winter, when nights are long. Hours of patience by photographer Daniele Boffelli resulted in this image that captures both clouds and auroras in the night sky.
Alaskan View of the March 2016 Solar Eclipse
Matt Skinner shot the Alaskan view of the March 2016 eclipse in Anchorage with a Canon 5D Mark III mounted onto a Celestron Omni XLT 150 telescope using a solar filter.
March 2016 Solar Eclipse from Malaysia
Doug Furtek captured this view of the solar eclipse at 8:38 a.m. local time in the Malaysian town of Tawau, which is on the island of Borneo.
Total Solar Eclipse of March 2016 Composite Image
Justin Ng led a group of eight first-time eclipse photographers when he captured the images for this eclipse collage early on March 9 in Palu, Indonesia. He took the photos with a Canon 7D at 400mm with a DIY solar filter.
Shades of the moon
This image taken by Akash Anandh in Singapore shows the varying shadows cast over the moon during the penumbral lunar eclipse on Sep. 16.