Wheelock sitting in the 'Cupola', attached to the nadir side of the Space Station as he gets ready to prepare the ship's camera.
Taken over the central Atlantic just before sunset, this image shows Hurricane Earl visible in the setting sun.
The Northern Lights come into view.
Patagonia at the southern end of South America.
It's true what they say: New York never sleeps
Peaceful from this vantage point: Hurricane Danielle
The impressionist beauty of the Great Barrier Reef off the eastern coast of Australia.
Southern Italy on a clear night. Check out the coastline views of Capri, Sicily, and Malta. The city of Naples and Mt. Vesuvius stand out along the coast.
Cape Canaveral, Florida, with Launch Complex 39 sitting in the middle of a thriving wildlife refuge.
Shades of Vincent Van Gogh, the Earth seems bathed in flaming flowers that brightly blaze and swirling clouds in violet.
The Moon never looked so good.
You can make out the Bahamas in the background as the Progress-37 re-supply spacecraft approaches the Space Station.
Approaching Hurricane Earl, a little after 5:00pm EDT on Thursday...in the gap between ISS structure you can see the state of Florida, Lake Okeechobee, the Florida Keys, the Bahamas, and Cuba (behind the starboard solar arrays).
Magnificent chaos? Another image of the eye of the storm as the ISS flew over Hurricane Earl, just to the east.