OUT THE WINDOW OF THE ISS

Floating above our heads is a sophisticated tin can we know as The International Space Station and, from that sophisticated tin can, one is privileged to see some of the most beautiful sights that the Earth has to offer.  While only a handful of people can visit the ISS and see the Earth from above first hand, astronaut Ron Garand shared his unique experience via Twitpic, allowing thousand of people to take the journey with him.

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The Gulf of St. Lawerence.


Mt. Etna smoking on the island of Sicily.


The English Channel


Newfoundland


The California Coast


Los Angeles


Sunrise in orbit


England


The Turks and Caicos Island


The Mississippi Delta


The Hamptons


The Coast of Spain


Ron Garan enjoys the view.


Spacewalk over the Persian Gulf.


Pico de Cristobol Colon


New Zealand


New Orleans


Lightning From Above


Corsicana and Southern France


Denmark


The Great Lakes


Lake Powell in Arizona and Utah.


Lake Superior


Marsh Fire near New Orleans


Iceberg in the Labrador Sea


The East Coast of the United States.


The Nile Delta


Arizona Wildfire


Approaching unmanned Kelpler supply ship.


Gulf of Cortez


Shooting star from orbit.


Astronaut and Photographer, Ron Garand... we thank you.


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