Most of the representations of the Earth from space that one sees are inventions, meant to clearly show the things people most want to see - the outlines of the continents, instead of mostly clouds as in photos. There has been discussion of this in a recent Astronomy question, and thus I wonder how many real photographs of the entire Earth there really are.
There are the ones from the Apollo missions, I don't know how many, and I think I remember SELENE took a few. Are there any others? How many are we talking about in total?