In a previous video tour on the ISS, Kelly shared the stunning panoramic views of Earth from the ISS cupola. In its 10 months of operation, the cupola has quickly become a favorite spot for astronauts to photograph the Earth.
Kelly currently serves as Commander of ISS Expedition 26 and will return to Earth on a Soyuz spacecraft in March of next year. Unfortunately, he won't be meeting his twin bother Commander Mark Kelly in space due to the recent slip in the STS-134 launch schedule. If the final Shuttle Endeavour launch had remained in March, the twins would have spent 8 days together on the orbiting outpost. That piece of twin reunion history will just have to wait for posterity. The two astronaut commanders enjoy a fun, competitive relationship, that sometimes plays out on twitter. For more, see NASA's 6-part video interview with the Kelly brothers.