Posts: 27328 From: Houston, TX Registered: Nov 1999
posted 03-26-2013 07:55 PM
Nathan Bergey compiled the location data for the more than one million photographs taken from aboard the International Space Station of Earth.
Most of the photos are taken of land. Coastlines, islands and cities seem to be popular targets. So much so that it's possible to make out basic continents. This makes sense, photos of clouds over an otherwise blank ocean get old after a while. I'm sure every astronaut has taken at least one photograph of the town they grew up in.