A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

Here is a set of pictures made by a pilot-cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin during the flight of the 25th expedition to the International Space Station.
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A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

The spacecraft “Soyuz”.

A Trip Round the Globe

Above the Black Sea.

A Trip Round the Globe

The spacecraft “Progress”.

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

In the open space.

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

The hurricane Daniel.

A Trip Round the Globe

A shuttle.

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

The docking.

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

An evening in orbit.

A Trip Round the Globe

The moon.

A Trip Round the Globe

Polar lights.

A Trip Round the Globe

Greenland.

A Trip Round the Globe

The Caucasus.

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

The Andes.

A Trip Round the Globe

Elbrus.

A Trip Round the Globe

Kilimanjaro.

A Trip Round the Globe

The Kamchatka Peninsula.

A Trip Round the Globe

Cyprus.

A Trip Round the Globe

The Australian eagle.

A Trip Round the Globe

The structure Rishat in the Sahara desert has the diameter of 50 km.

A Trip Round the Globe

Dunes.

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

Agricultural fields in Africa.

A Trip Round the Globe

Moscow.

A Trip Round the Globe

Rome.

A Trip Round the Globe

New-York.

A Trip Round the Globe

Venice.

A Trip Round the Globe

Sochi.

A Trip Round the Globe

Southern Italy.

A Trip Round the Globe

Greece.

A Trip Round the Globe

The Bahamas.

A Trip Round the Globe

Clouds.

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

Fires.

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

A Trip Round the Globe

via Vladimir Gomozov

12 thoughts on “A Trip Round the Globe”

  1. Thank you so much for these wonderful photographs. I am jealous of the scenery those guys enjoy each and every day. I’ve always been a fan of the space program and have followed it closely since the days of Sputnik. I actually heard Sputnik’s beacon signal on an old short wave radio as it passed over the US on that October night. Thanks again!!

  2. These are very beautiful photos even second time around but next time, could you please include photos of those pulsating jelly-fish looking monsters. I would greatly appreciate it.

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