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Outback Views

Outback Views

EarthArt, Lake Everard, South Australia (credit: Scott Kelly/NASA)

 

The International Space Station offers a unique vantage point to see the Earth with new eyes from 250 miles out in space. NASA astronaut Scott Kelly, on an extended space-based assignment, snapped photographs of Australia as the station passed over remote landscapes over the continent. NASA decided they should be given the designation as EarthArt.

Kelly's images could easily hang in any art gallery as beautiful and amazing abstract collages. WHB

 

   EarthArt, Australian Outback landscapes seen from the International Space Station (credit: Scott Kelly/NASA)

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