IMAGES: NASA Astronauts Celebrate Halloween from the International Space Station

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this year is the 20th anniversary of the international space station

Although no trick-or-treaters come knocking at the International Space Station’s (ISS) front hatch, crew members aboard the orbiting facility still like to get in the Halloween spirit. (NASA image)

(NASA) – Although no trick-or-treaters come knocking at the International Space Station’s (ISS) front hatch, crew members aboard the orbiting facility still like to get in the Halloween spirit.

Whether individually or as an entire crew, they will dress up in sometimes spooky, sometimes scary, but always creative costumes, often designed from materials available aboard the ISS.

Please enjoy the following scenes from Halloweens past even as we anticipate the costumes of the future.

Misurkin and fellow Expedition 53 Flight Engineer NASA astronaut Mark T. Vande Hei comparing costumes. (NASA image)

ABOVE: Left to Right – Misurkin and fellow Expedition 53 Flight Engineer NASA astronaut Mark T. Vande Hei comparing costumes.

Expedition 53 Commander NASA astronaut Randolph J. “Randy” Bresnik showing off his costume. (NASA image)

ABOVE: Expedition 53 Commander NASA astronaut Randolph J. “Randy” Bresnik showing off his costume.

ABOVE: Expedition 21 Flight Engineer NASA astronaut Nicole P. Stott’s version of a jack-o’-lantern, carved from an orange recently delivered to the International Space Station by a Progress resupply vehicle.

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