Jupiter Pictures - From the NASA Juno Probe
It is possible to download the image data from the NASA Juno Probe, which as of Sept. 6, 2016, is in orbit around the planet Jupiter. I pulled down a few of the more dramatic images, and tweaked the gamma and contrast to make the fractal violence of the Jovian atmosphere a bit more evident. There is also a magnificant flyby picture of Earth (above), taken when the probe did its gravity "slingshot" around Earth.
HDEV Pictures from ISS - International Space Station
The HDEV Experiment - "High Definition Earth Viewing" - gives everyone the ability to monitor video feeds from the ISS. The images transmitted are interesting, and show the range of planetary environments evident on Earth. The images of cloud formation provide an interesting example of dynamic fractal geometry, an emergent process that shows how extreme complexity can arise from random systems driven by simple rulesets.
The HDEV feeds are available from a number of sources, and allow real-time external views of Earth, from various camera locations on the ISS. These pictures provide accurate, unfiltered images of what our small home in the dark void of space actually looks like. This "high ground" view of our planet is perhaps the primary mission of the ISS. These images allow us to change our perspective. This change in viewpoint assists in the transition of the human species from a superstitious and ignorant group of chattering savages, to an intelligent and skeptical space-faring civilization. We must dump all our religions and foolish superstitions into the dustbin of history, and embrace a science-driven future that takes us all forward.