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NASA astronaut Jeff Williams goes click-click as US National Park Service celebrates centennial!

The astronaut captured 100 images of national parks from his standpoint inside the ISS when it was in low Earth orbit, which NASA assembled a released the final image for the world to see.


NASA astronaut Jeff Williams goes click-click as US National Park Service celebrates centennial!
Image courtesy: NASA

New Delhi: National parks are a world treasure and US National Park Service celebrates a 100 years today. Lending a heartfelt cheer to that, is none other than NASA astronaut and Expedition 48 commander of the International Space Station (ISS), Jeff Williams.

The astronaut captured 100 images of national parks from his standpoint inside the ISS when it was in low Earth orbit, which NASA assembled a released the final image for the world to see.

Jeff Williams holds a fondness for national parks since childhood, because his father was a seasonal park ranger severing at Devils Tower National Monument.

NASA even released a video of Jeff Williams capturing the images and giving his wishes.

Have a look! You can see the rest of the images clicked by Williams here!

(Video courtesy: NASA Johnson)

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