19 incredible images of our world snapped from space

We've collected some awesome images of our planet that were taken from space. (image credit: NASA)
Bora Bora is surrounded by a barrier reef and looks particularly awesome from space. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
"Gasherbrum" means "beautiful mountain" and from space it sure is easy to see why.  (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
Osaka is home to over two and a half million people with a high-population density in such a small space. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
Some of the shots of bit cities almost look fake when viewed this way. The high-rise skyscrapers in Houston are certainly impressive. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
These remote views of our world also highlight when there are extreme weather conditions brewing in the atmosphere. (image credit: NASA)
This is said to be one of the largest volcanic features on our planet. It's certainly an impressive sight from this high up. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
The Blue Mountains are home to the Three Sisters rocks. You rarely get to see this area of Oz from up here. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
Hard to believe that images like this are captured by satelittles. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
Captured from this angle it's hard to appreciate the sheer size of this mountain range but it look looks might impressive. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
Mount Etna is the second-most active volcano on Earth but from space it seems peaceful and serene. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
Angel Falls is one of the top tourist attractions of Venezuela it's hard to reach on the ground but easy to see from here. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
This view is home to nearly 12 million people and makes up the largest city in the Americas.  (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
This design and layout of Riyadh certainly makes for an interesting and unusual view from space. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
From above these islands look almost computer generated but we can assure you they are very real. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
This oblique view of Monte Fitz Roy almost plays havoc with the eyes. Majestic, yet oddly confusing when viewed this way. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
The Zion Canyon stretches onwards for 15 miles and cuts as deep as half a mile with the Virgin River cutting through below.  This snap does it some justice. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
This volcano's first recorded eruption dates all the way back to 1697 and it's been active ever since. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)
Michelin-star restaurants, the world's first transporter bridge and more make Bilbao the place to visit. (image credit: ©2018 Planet Labs, Inc. cc-by-sa 4.0.)