Tweet From The Space!

This is the greatest gift of social network. Even the astronauts, Douglas H. Wheelock which is right now in International Space Station couldn’t miss it. Astro_Wheels regularly tweets his picture taken from the space to his followers. Now, if Twitter also want to make their own social network map, don’t forget the space. Follow him in his twitpic, Astro_Wheels. Theres around 170 picture and maybe more will be tweeted..Here some of it.

Science and Faith in complete harmony in another unique surreal moment in space, From the Cupola, a view of our Soyuz TMA-19 'Olympus'.

More picture below..

 

His quote: 'Earthshine'... The Space Station basking in blue Earthshine as the rising sun pierces our razor-thin atmosphere to cover the Space Station with blue light. I’ll never forget this place…seeing this makes the heart soar and the soul sing.

Europe on a cool autumn night

A night view of the Nile River winding up through the Egyptian desert

His quote, "‘Progress 39P’ unmanned resupply spaceship, It was laden with food, fuel, spare parts, and much needed supplies for our orbiting outpost. The greatest gift was just inside the hatch…some bags of fresh fruit and vegetables. Such a wonderful treat after 3 months of eating out of tubes and plastic pouches!"

"A very unique opportunity and when you get a chance to move away from the structure of the Space Station, the view is profound and life-changing."

“…and the dark sacred night…and I think to myself…what a wonderful world…”

 

Sunset from the space

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