They may have only just got to the International Space Station (ISS) but the crew of Expedition 36 are already breaking records.
Hurtling into space aboard the Soyuz TMA-09M, Fyodor Yurchikhin of the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos), NASA's Karen Nyberg and European Space Agency's (ESA) Luca Parmitano reached the ISS in just five hours and 39 minutes.
Docking at 02:16 GMT on Wednesday morning they beat the previous record by six minutes.
In an odd choice of words upon reaching the ISS, Yurchikhin said: "Thank you for the best spacecraft, finer than the best pocket watch!"
The moon rising over a bed of cloud
The southwest corner of Africa
Clouds over Hull and the Humber Estuary
Belfast, at the mouth of the River Langan
Utah ski hills
Spaceships glowing blue in the dawn over Florida
Dr Seuss-inspired swirls in the Black Sea
Crew preparing for a spacewalk
A storm swirling off the Irish coast
Nicosia (Lefkoşa) and the rugged north Cyprus coast
Scotland in the Spring sunshine
Sunrise catches the clouds, mid Atlantic
A lone jet draws a straight line across the Tatras
Dr Tom Marshburn
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