Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

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US astronaut Scott Kelly – known space photographer. During his stay on the International Space Station, he made a lot of beautiful photos with views of our planet from space. With some photos with ISS we meet today.

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly:

Sand, sea and islands in the Bahamas. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Washington, DC at night. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Mountain View from space. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

San Rafael Reef – a geological feature located in Emery County in central Utah, part of the Colorado Plateau. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

A colorful sky during sunset. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Oil fields in West Texas. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

The glaciers in Tajikistan. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

The view from the height of more than 400 km. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Lake Tengiz, Kazakhstan. In the lake are many islands. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Web night lights in Shanghai . (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Space flowers. Yes, there are flowers on the ISS. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Northern Lights from space. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Snow-covered field. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

A tiny island in the great ocean. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

North-west Libya. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Clouds over Qatar. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

New York. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Our spaceship “Soyuz” on the approach to the ISS. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Italy and the Alps. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Aleutian Islands – an archipelago of volcanic origin, forming an arc from the coast of Alaska to the bottom of the Kamchatka Peninsula. Archipelago the south limits with the Bering Sea. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Lake Mackay, Australia. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

The dunes, sand hills. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Macedonia. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Australia. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

Tropical cyclone Ashobaa in Oman. (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

The famous Eye of the Sahara – Rishat ring structure with a diameter of 50 kilometers is visible even from space. It is believed that Rishat formed between the Late Proterozoic and Ordovician (the most ancient ring – 500-600 million years). (Photo by Scott Kelly | NASA):

Earth as Seen from Orbit by Astronaut and Space Photographer Scott Kelly

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