Cosmonaut is a profession many boys and girls still dream about. Indeed, it must be cool to be up there in space looking at the miniature Earth and the stars, to take part in interesting experiments, to contribute to modern science and space exploration.
Russian cosmonaut, Oleg Artemiyev, shares what he sees from space and inside the spacecraft with all of us. His pictures are amazing.
A piece of Russian Sakhalin island.
Uninhabited Malden Island. In 1957 it was used by Great Britain for testing a hydrogen bomb.
Alaid volcano on the island of Atlasov, Russia.
Colors of Africa.
Urmia lake, Eastern Azerbaijan.
Delta of the Russian river Volga.
Full moon from the ISS.
Colors of the Bahamas.
Researching the Coulomb systems.
Glaciers near Labuche Kang, Tibet.
The Moon and the ISS.
Ordinary work on the ISS. Pumping out the waste.
Artificial islands of Dubai.
Moon over the horizon.
Cyclone over the Aleutian Islands.
Training to land on Earth.
“Noguri” typhoon, Japan.
Pyramids of Egypt.
Golden moon in the Persian Gulf near Dubai.
Etna volcano, Sicily.
Flying over Vietnam.
Oil and gas field in Kazakhstan, the Caspian Sea. Depth of the shelf – 3-7 meters.
Celebrating the Day of Road Police in space.
The magic sunrise.
Russian city Taganrog.
Wonderful clouds to sum it all up.