Though celebrated 300 days in space in a boring manner few days back while he played Water Ping Pong, Astronaut Scott Kelly wouldn’t just relax from doing more as he had again taken a beautiful step by going Tumblr and this time around, he’s gotten a nice collection of storm photographs which he had captured from the International Space Station.
A rare shot of the blizzard was also included by the guru Astronaut. An image which reflects the tore across the East Coast this past week in the gallery, according to what he had had posted on Tumblr, it would simply say
That was remarkably visible from the space
Having been tracking the blizzard on the bigger social network Twitter d
previous week, posting photos on the last two days Friday And Saturday showing the scope of the storm as it develops.
Titling his new launched post on Tumblr with the title “Chasi g Storms at 17,500mph” also includes some of the more breathtaking shots he had gotten from his 250 miles right above the earth so high back in the year 2015.
Just joinedÂ @TumblrÂ from space!Â #Blizzard2016Â inspired 1st post: Chasing Stormshttps://t.co/MlSuel3pfU#YearInSpacepic.twitter.com/kPEAfs07IW
â€” Scott Kelly (@StationCDRKelly)Â January 25, 2016
Well though its another 4 days extra making the International Space Station a 304 days of stay. With great and interesting pictures of earth the Astronaut commemorate his stay right at the ISS.
Kelly, who holds theÂ US record for longest cumulative time spent in space, wraps up his one-year mission as commander of the ISS in March. His efforts will help scientists better understand how the human body reacts to long periods of time spent orbiting our planet.
Day 304. That’s 4,864 orbits a’round’ our beautiful planet#Earth.Â #GoodNightÂ [email protected]_station!Â #YearInSpacepic.twitter.com/tZZBbPcQ3q
â€” Scott Kelly (@StationCDRKelly)Â January 26, 2016
Source: The Verge