12/23/2014 Montreal at night Montreal, Canada 45°30′N 73°34′W Montreal - captured here from the ISS at night - is the second largest metropolis in Canada with more than 1.6 million residents. The city derives its name from Mount Royal, a sizable hill located at its center. Image courtesy of NASA.
12/3/2014 Munich International Airport Munich, Germany 48°21′14″N 011°47′10″E Today I’ll fly to Munich International Airport to attend the opening of the “Welcome to the Anthropocene” Exhibition at the #DeutschesMuseum. Flughafen München uses two runways that are 4,000 meters (13,123 ft) long, and 60 meters (200 ft) wide. It's the second busiest airport in Germany, handling more than 38 million passengers a year.
11/17/2014 Soldier Field Chicago, Illinois, USA 41°51′45″N 87°37′0″W The Chicago Bears won their first home game at Soldier Field last night, beating the Minnesota Vikings 21-13. The stadium, located on Lake Michigan, is the third-smallest in the NFL with a seating capacity of 61,500.
12/29/2014 Poultry Farm Manteca, California, USA 37.838806704°, -121.146400677° A poultry farm in Manteca, California, USA. Globally, more than 50 billion chickens are raised per year as a source of food.
9/11/2014 Corinth Canal Isthmus of Corinth 37°56′04″N 22°59′02″E The Corinth Canal in Greece connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea. After 12 years of construction, the canal was completed in 1893. It is 4 miles (6.4 kilometers) in length but only 70 feet (21.4 meters) at its base, making it impassable for most modern ships.