Astronaut takes some Snaps from Space.

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‘On a clear day you can see forever,’ says Hadfield. ‘Or at least from Havana to Washington DC …’
All photographs: Chris Hadfield/Macmillan
The guitar-strumming spaceman Chris Hadfield is releasing a new book – You Are Here: Around the World in 92 Minutes – featuring stunning images of the Earth captured while in orbit.
Here are some of his best snaps.
d4b3696a-0cc9-48be-8d2c-a57c3a78755c-2060x1236The Nile, draining into the Mediterranean. ‘The bright lights of Cairo announce the opening of the north-flowing river’s delta,’ says Hadfield. ‘Israel is to the north-east.
This 4,258 mile braid of human life is visible in a single glance from space.’
‘The Richat Structure in Mauritania, also known as the Eye of the Sahara, is a landmark for astronauts,’ says Hadfield. d52021d5-638c-43e3-887f-a8cd7c6d3695-2060x1236
‘If you’ve been busy doing experiments and haven’t looked out the window for a while, it’s hard to know where you are, especially if you’re over a vast 3,600,000-square-mile desert.
This bullseye orients you, instantly’ –
All photographs: Chris Hadfield/Macmillan
Read on via Astronaut Chris Hadfield’s amazing photos from space | Travel | The Guardian

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