Astronaut shares images of this World Heritage Site taken on his very last day aboard ISS
Since the time the images are shared of the World Heritage Site taken from the International Space Station has left individuals in astonishment. There is something extremely astonishing about the pictures of Earth which are taken from the outside of space.
They represent us with a completely unique glimpse of our Blue Planet. Similar to the image of The Great Pyramid of Giza shared by Soichi Noguchi who is a Japanese astronaut. What makes the image even extra special is that he got it on his very last day aboard the International Space Station before coming back home.
He, along with three other astronauts, came back to Earth in the wake of the group’s six-month operation in the orbit.
Please see below the post by Soichi Noguchi:
Since the time of the post, there are more than 19,900 likes gathered on the picture and the number keeps rising. All kinds of appreciative and positive comments which individuals share in order to express their emotions and reactions.
A Twitter user mentions, “It is similar to one of those delusions where you cannot identify if they are 3D or huge holes in the surface.” In response to this is another reaction mentioning, “True!”
A few more comments on the post by people across the world are as follows:
- Fantastic shot Astro Soichi! First time I have witnessed this from orbit and it’s flawless. Thank you!
- What a beautiful capture!
- To catch the magnificence of the flash!
- Life is forever cherishing at the marvelous moment!
- Isn’t this the pleasant understanding of “One flash in time”?
Feel free to post your comments on the image by astronaut Soichi Noguchi and tell us your thoughts.
The post and comments on it are in the Japanese language. Translations of the same are present in the article.