<p>A composite of five images shows the <a href="http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/main/index.html">International Space Station</a>—with nine crewmembers on board—as it crosses in front of our sun on Sunday, September 6.</p>

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A composite of five images shows the International Space Station—with nine crewmembers on board—as it crosses in front of our sun on Sunday, September 6.

Photograph by Bill Ingalls, NASA

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A typhoon continues to spin across the ocean and a dwarf planet gets a close-up.

Feed your need for heavenly views of the universe every Friday with our picks of the most awe-inspiring space pictures. This week, plasma dances across the sun's surface, a robot prototype tumbles closer to a future space launch, and Saturn gets blurry.

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