Astronaut Randy Bresnik captured from ISS beautiful Earth through Cupola. Maximizing the windows gives you a sense of immersion in the space station.
On July 28 we launched to this outpost orbiting the Earth. After countless scientific & medical experiments, maintenance & spacewalk activities, cargo & housekeeping operations, it's time to return. Thank you to all across the globe working to ensure the success of @Space_Station pic.twitter.com/RxfSAgx0xi
— Randy Bresnik (@AstroKomrade) 2017年12月13日
The Cupola is an ESA-built observatory module of the ISS. Its 7 windows are used to conduct experiments, dockings and observations of Earth. The Cupola provides an observation and work area for the ISS crew giving visibility to support the control of the space station remote manipulator system and general external viewing of Earth, celestial objects and visiting vehicles.