This is just a great photo of NASA Space Shuttle Endeavour approaching the International Space Station (ISS), preparing to dock.
As you can see in the open payload bay, Endeavour was carrying the Tranquility module and “the Cupola” (a six windowed assembly that provides a 360-degree view).
The upper-right portion of the photo shows the Russian Soyuz capsule already docked with the ISS as Endeavour approaches.
The photo (Image Credit NASA) was taken from the ISS on February 9 2010 during Endeavour’s STS 130 mission. See other images like this one at the NASA Space Shuttle Gallery site.
The Space Shuttle Program is being commemorated with a special coin made with metal from the first shuttle mission, COLUMBIA STS-1. You can get your Space Shuttle Program Commemorative Coins at www.SpaceShuttleCoin.com.