Astronaut Scott Kelly has, in cooperation with the NASA published photos from its 340 days in space back in march, and it is not trifles, the astronaut has caught on camera.
in Addition to a snow storm over the west coast, he has flash without pause several impressive images of the milky way, Japan, on the night, the Moon, Venus and Jupiter.
It writes Science.dk, who have gathered even more photos from Scott kelly's mission.
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Scott Kelly was followed and monitored by several researchers in the 27 months he spent 340 of the days on The International Space station in the context of a larger study.
Here, scientists have studied what happens to the human body, when staying in the room over a longer period of time.
It is between blood tests and repairs of equipment, and that Scott Kelly has done with the time to shoot the wild pictures, among other things, how a snow storm over the west coast looks out from the room.
the Astronaut flicked the majority of the pictures from The International Jpl so-called the Cupola-module - a observationskuppel which gives the astronauts a broad view.
Scott Kelly was during the trial compared with his twin brother, Mark Kelly, which was also followed in 27 months - however, from the Ground.
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