It shows the view from the ISS directly down to Earth.
A map shows the groundtrack of the ISS’s next orbit.
Six astronauts are currently aboard the ISS as members of Expedition 30, including two Americans, was set to return from the station on a March 30 flight that will be postponed until mid-April or the first half of May.
There are currently spacecraft docked at the station that can be used to transport astronauts back to Earth, she said.
"Each Soyuz that flies to the space station delivers three resident crew members. That same vehicle stays docked and then brings them back to Earth at the end of the mission.”
Since NASA scuttled the U.S. space shuttle program last year, Russia has sole responsibility for sending astronauts to the ISS.
An unmanned Russian resupply craft that launched successfully from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan is set to dock with the International Space Station. Loaded with 2.9 tons of food, fuel and equipment.