The International Space Station (ISS) is circling some 240 miles above the surface of Earth and filming our planet from space.
The largest man-made satellite currently orbiting the Earth is providing a glimpse into the wonders of outer space, streamed live over the internet.
The spectacular feed from the ISS gives people on Earth a chance to see the incredible views that astronauts admire in space.
NASA is live-streaming breathtaking footage from the International Space Station
It takes the space station about 90 minutes to orbit the planet, with a total of around 15 trips done every 24 hours.
As the station passes into night time for 45 minutes every orbit, the live feed falls dark.
Astronauts from the across the world stay on the joint-international scientific research station where they carry out research on life in space.
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If you have been inspired by the live stream, you can try spotting the ISS in the night sky where it is visible from London until April 7.
The sightings will last anywhere up to seven minutes, between 8pm and 10.30pm BST. A full list of sightings can be found here.
To the naked eye, the passing ISS will look like a bright white dot speeding across the starry sky.
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The ISS launched in 1998 as an international scientific research station
[Space] looks like a carpet of countless tiny perfect unblinking lights in endless velvet, with the Milky Way as a glowing area of paler texture
Commander Chris Hadfield
First launched into space in 1998, the ISS caught the public imagination thanks to Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield.
The astronaut went viral after his rendition of David Bowie’s Space Oddity proved very popular on Earth in 2013.
He continued to film both entertaining and educational videos, about life on board the ISS.
The space station can be seen from earth as a white dot speeding across the night sky
In a public Reddit chat he described the scenes from space. He said: “Australia looks coolest – the colours and textures of the Outback are severly artistic.
“The most beautiful to me are the Bahamas, the vast glowing reefs of every shade of blue that exists."
He added: “[Space] looks like a carpet of countless tiny perfect unblinking lights in endless velvet, with the Milky Way as a glowing area of paler texture.”