A new blog post from André on day 75 of his PromISSe mission to the International Space Station. This time he writes about the challenges of nighttime photography from the ISS.

André writes: “One of my favourite pastimes on the ISS – not that I have much free time – is night photography. Our planet looks fabulous when the ISS flies over the night-side of the Earth. It looks probably even better than it does during daytime. Lightning, oil-field fires, the aurora are always visible as well as the extremely bright lights used by fishing boats and of course the cities, villages and roads that all light up in a golden glow.”

Read more in André’s blog: Focussing on the Dutch night