What You See From Space

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Probably, you’ve enjoyed photos of Earth taken from space in one of our previous articles, but take a look at some more, taken by Fedor Yurchikhin who spent 163 days up there.

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Hero of the Russian Federation Fedor Yurchikhin. He’s been to space thrice!

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A sunset.

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A spacewalk.

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A hydropower plant.

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NY.

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An iceberg.

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Kamchatka.

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Kamchatka.

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An island.

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London.

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Clouds.

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The Amazon.

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Greenland.

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An island.

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An island.

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Through the clouds.

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The horizon.

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The space station and Earth.

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Glaciers of Patagonia.

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Glaciers of Patagonia.

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The Andes.

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A volcano in the Andes.

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A smoking volcano.

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Volcanoes.

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A volcano in North America.

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Clouds.

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Brasil.

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In southwest Sahara.

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‘Soyuz’, ‘Progress’ and Earth.

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A volcano.

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Washington.

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An Australian shore.

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Chicago.

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Circles in a desert.

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Somewhere in Africa.

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Islands.

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An island.

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Clouds.

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Kamchatka.

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Through hardship to the stars…

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Downs.

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An island.

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An island.

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An Ocean.

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Mountains.

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An island.

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The blue planet.

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17 thoughts on “What You See From Space”

  1. Fascinating pictures. Pic (20?) named “A volcano in North Amerika” is the mount St. Helens. He erupted on 18 May 1980 with a huge landslide, which slid down the slope of the entire northern summit. His position:
    46° 11′ 58″ N, 122° 11′ 28″ W

  2. Beautiful pics. 163 days up there, how many other beautiful pics has he got.

    Hirsh I just read your reply to my remark about Russian lady friends. So is it correct that you do have a Russian heritage, from way back. That might be why I thought you where Russian. My apology for calling you a Texan that was cruel. Although I knew a bloke from there pretty well, he lived here about 3 years then went back and got married, he was a nice bloke.

    • James I am sorry, it was a silly joke. Hirsh said he did not care for a particular Texan, so I called him a Texan. I have only known one person (bloke) from there. That was Jim, and he certainly got by okay. Made lots of friends and was well loved.

  3. Excuse me, sir, but sentences like: “Circles in a desert” are wrong… Maybe: Circles in the desert”…
    Best regards!

  4. Australian Shore is the mouth of the Murrary River and the Coorong in South Australia
    http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Victor+Harbor,+South+Australia,+Australia&hl=en&ll=-35.589481,139.051552&spn=0.093111,0.154324&sll=35.689905,139.83565&sspn=0.03855,0.046177&vpsrc=6&hnear=Victor+Harbor+South+Australia,+Australia&t=h&z=13

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