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Saturday, December 31, 2011


Earth | Time Lapse View from Space, Fly Over | NASA, ISS from Michael K├Ânig on Vimeo.

THE FINAL POST OF 2011... Just thought I'd conclude this year in human spaceflight by sharing the amazing video above and the stunning photos below. Clearly, it is an awesome privilege to be an astronaut, cosmonaut or any other living voyager cruising out in space...

Have a great 2012, everyone!

A snapshot of the India-Pakistan borderlands...with the ISS' Permanent Multipurpose Module to the right.
NASA

A snapshot of the Moon being partially obscured by Earth's atmosphere, as seen from the ISS.
NASA

An infrared snapshot of Comet Lovejoy...with Japan's Kibo module and the Harmony node at the top.
NASA

A snapshot of the Iberian Peninsula, as seen from the ISS.
NASA

A snapshot of the Midwestern United States...with Japan's Kibo module at the top and the Aurora Borealis in the background.
NASA

A snapshot of the Aurora Borealis from the ISS.
The Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center

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