A Year In Space And A Facebook Page Make For Some Very Interesting Photo Uploads

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If we got a possibility to spend a year in space, would we go on Facebook each day? If that sounds like a whimsical entertainment in a face of a universe’s majesty, consider about it this way: amicable media sites like Facebook would concede we to share that beauty with thousands of people. It would give viewers a possibility to be a partial of something many incomparable than themselves.

That’s what wanderer Scott Kelly is doing over a march of his year-long space adventure. When he’s not doing his other wanderer duties, a commander captures monumental views of a small planet. From these heights, Earth’s embankment becomes a array of stunningly epitome compositions.

You can’t assistance though be in astonishment of a planet’s beauty and diversity.

You can't assistance though be in astonishment of a planet's beauty and diversity.

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

Along with a photos, Kelly provides some explanation to let his supporters know where he is, and to give some discernment into what it’s like to fly by space for such a prolonged time. It also gives him a approach to keep in hold with people on Earth, that is critical when you’re floating so distant above it.

“Earth’s left immature today! Good morning from a International Space Station, where each day is Earth Day!”

Earth's left immature today! Good morning from a International Space Station, where each day is Earth Day!

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

Taken Apr 22, 2015.

“I’ve never listened of Moa, Cuba, though it’s a really colorful place.”

I've never listened of Moa, Cuba, though it's a really colorful place.

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

“Hopefully, this is pollen or algae and not something man-made.”

Hopefully, this is pollen or algae and not something man-made.

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

This distinguished patchwork landscape was seen on a beach in Mexico.

This distinguished patchwork landscape was seen on a beach in Mexico.

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

They’re many expected vegetable evaporation ponds.

His fans also have a good time in a comments territory perplexing to figure out what they’re looking at!

His fans also have a good time in a comments territory perplexing to figure out what they're looking at!

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

“Its Greek name is Red Sea, and in Egypt, it’s Green Space, though to me, it looks really blue.”

Its Greek name is Red Sea, and in Egypt, it's Green Space, though to me, it looks really blue.

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

“Since we don’t have many immature adult here, a immature of this dried is even some-more appealing.”

Since we don't have many immature adult here, a immature of this dried is even some-more appealing.

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

“Looks like Earth replicated Michelangelo’s famous fresco.”

Looks like Earth replicated Michelangelo's famous fresco.

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

(Or maybe it’s a other approach around.)

“Grainy, veiny, though especially amazing.”

Grainy, veiny, though especially amazing.

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

“Earth rocks! Let’s strengthen it.”

Earth rocks! Let's strengthen it.

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

“Great Lakes. You are a good masterpiece.”

Great Lakes. You are a good masterpiece.

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

“This moth held my eye while drifting high above a Gulf of Mexico.”

This moth held my eye while drifting high above a Gulf of Mexico.

Facebook / NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly

(via My Modern Met)

Launched in a open of 2015, Kelly has only recently upheld a median indicate of his year-long journey, that means 6 some-more months of extraordinary images for us! You can see some-more photos of Earth, as good as some implausible images of space, on Kelly’s Facebook page.