Save this one for the history books

Save this one for the history books. It's the 1 millionth photograph taken by the International Space Station.

Click on to see more photos taken by Pettit from the space station and posted to his Twitter account.

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Star trail

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Iridium satellite flash in multiple time exposures.

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Moon, Venus, Jupiter, Earth.

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The Southern Cross constellation

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Diary of a 'space zucchini'

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Alice

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Orion

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Don Petit in the ISS cupola

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Manicouagan Impact Crater

Manicouagan Impact Crater cocktail with an aurora lighting up the horizon.
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