This is a view of the Dragon spaceship Endurance from an angle most of us never get to see – above the nose cone, which is open to allow the ship to dock at the International Space Station. This was taken as Crew-3 crew members Kayla Barron, Raja Chari, and Tom Marshburn (from NASA), and Matthias Maurer (from ESA) approached the station after launching on November 11. The docking is part of the Cosmic Kiss mission. Maurer, a materials scientist, will spend the next six months carrying out more than 100 experiments, including medical diagnostics, human/AI interaction, and research into physics, radiation, bioprinting, animal migration monitoring, and microgravity melting for industrial casting.
From the ESA media gallery page.