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A year in space: 713 breathtaking photos

Science Scott Kelly, the astronaut who a year in the International Space station (ISS) spent to look at what a long stay with the human body is doing – lived th

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A year in space: 713 breathtaking photos
Science Scott Kelly, the astronaut who a year in the International Space station (ISS) spent to look at what a long stay with the human body is doing – lived themselves creatively in the space. With his Nikon D4, he made breathtaking pictures which NASA there are now some shares.

In march 2015, was Scott Kelly in the direction of the ISS sent. There, he would be a year. The astronaut was chosen for the mission because he has a monozygotic twin brother. Once Scott returned to the earth, could scientists test what the effect of the long mission in space on his body. That effect turned out pretty great: Scott has had eye problems, memory loss, and his DNA was not identical to that of his brother.

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Before returning to the earth made Scott 5.440 tours around the earth. He saw the sun 10.944 times rise and set, and he shared a whopping 713 photos on Instagram. NASA brings together a pair, and in the book of Scott Kelly ‘Infinite Wonder’ are all photos shown. the

One thing is already clear: the earth is beautiful (from the space). So Scott Kelly, an impressive photo of the colorful French coastline .

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