A discussion below this answer to Did anybody on the ISS photograph this partial eclipse? How long did it last? How did they safely photograph it? has me wondering if astronauts can ever see "up" i.e. space in the zenith-facing hemisphere easily. There are rumors (see below) of a "zenith-facing" window that may actually function as a "zenith-viewing" window but I don't feel the topic has been fully resolved.
But here I am asking about the windows of space capsules docked to something in space.
Question: Has an astronaut ever gone into a docked capsule to take a photo out one of its windows? Note that the Russian astronauts are also prolific photographers and social media posters!
Related to "zenith-facing", "zenith-viewing" and the visibility of the whole hemisphere above the ISS that the cupola can't usually see:
- Does the ISS have zenith-facing windows?
- Is this window zenith-facing? (ISS docked Soyuz) If so, how directly?
- Were there any STS missions that included maneuvers that might have photographed ISS's top side?
- Does the ISS have any ability to detect or sense unexpected/unscheduled objects in close proximity?