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„Richat Structure in the western Sahara. Pretty amazing feature when seen from above.“ /via Michael Hopkins/NASA

 

Bilder vom 2. Januar 2014 via Michael Hopkins (USA/NASA), Richard Mastracchio (USA/NASA) und Kōichi Wakata (Japan/JAXA). Die Astronauten Michael Hopkins, Richard Mastracchio und Kōichi Wakata gehören zur ISS-Expedition 38.

 

Michael Hopkins auf Twitter

Richard Mastracchio auf Twitter

Kōichi Wakata auf Twitter

Rick Mastracchio auf Facebook

 

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„Just passed over Salt Lake City and the mountains look blue. This photo shows the real colors.“ /via Richard Mastracchio/NASA

 

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„Wider angle of the Great Salt Lake showing the ‚blue‘ mountains. Amazing“ /via Richard Mastracchio/NASA

 

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„Manicouagan impact crater in Canada. Passed over it twice today.“ /via Richard Mastracchio/NASA

 

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„The Bahamas – one of the most beautiful places on Earth that we can view from the ISS. Rich in hues of color blue.“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

 

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„Noctilucent clouds are well visible towards south pole in the last several days at an altitude of about 100 km.“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

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Brent Spiner auf der Trek Expo 2004 in Tulsa/Oklahoma.