An Astronaut's amazing photos of Earth from space

 
An Astronaut's amazing photos of Earth from space
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An Astronaut's amazing photos of Earth from space, captured by Scott Kelly.

Astronaut Scott Kelly loves to photograph the Earth from above, for the enjoyment of all those who are interested.

Best of all is perhaps that he shares generously on Twitter, so everyone can enjoy the beautiful motifs he witnesses.

Kelly right now lives on the International Space Station, a habitable artificial satellite, in low Earth orbit.

Some of the very best of his recent images are of the blizzard Jonas that recently ravaged in the USA. Altogether 18 people lost their lives and about 130,000 were without power.

Kelly's images show both blizzards, sunrises, cities and continents, but with a slightly different perspective than all the rest of us.

See a selection of Scott Kellys stunning images below:




















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