I'm not sure what your point is. I've drawn a picture of a standard-issue NASA MMU (Manned Maneuvering Unit), used by NASA for decades now, with an astronaut in it. I chose an MMU with a camera attached to it (as in the picture you posted, but not specifically from the picture you posted), as I wanted it with the camera as the "source" of my astronaut's self-portrait.
It's like drawing a picture of a Corvette. You've got to look at pictures of Corvettes to semi-accurately draw what a Corvette looks like.
It should be pretty obvious that I didn't use the photo you've posted (or any other one out there) - the planet and nebula is one generated in Bryce 3D and Photoshop, and it is drawn with the reflection of my sun image (and a reflection of the reflecting ball) in it. The shading is also completely different (I added very little shading at all to my drawing, as the light source - the sun - is right in front of the astronaut).
Also, maybe your Google-fu is better than mine, but all of the pictures I can find are completely and totally different than the one reflected in the ball. NASA makes its photos public, as well, so there's no chance I took my own private picture to work from, either.
So I'm not sure what your point is.