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Remembering NASA astronaut Jeff Williams' days in space through the lens – 10 best photos he clicked!

NASA astronaut Jeff Williams, who is a part of Expedition 48 and the ISS commander, is about to make his way down soon, along with his two crew members from the Russian Roscosmos.


Remembering NASA astronaut Jeff Williams' days in space through the lens – 10 best photos he clicked!

New Delhi: Apart from conducting experiments which will aid scientists in scaling new heights during deep space explorations, astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have the benefit of enjoying the most amazing views.

NASA astronaut Jeff Williams, who is a part of Expedition 48 and the ISS commander, is about to make his way down soon, along with his two crew members from the Russian Roscosmos.

During his 172-days stint on the ISS, Williams treated everyone to awe-inspiring pics, that he captured and collected as the space station made its way around Earth's orbit.

Therefore, as he prepares for his descent we have compiled a list of the 10 best photographs clicked by him from his vantage point in the ISS.

Check them out!

1. The south cape of Hawaii, showing a grid of streets in the lower right:

 

2. Bright yellow plots of rape seed growing in Szombathely, Hungary:

 

3. Fields in Gaines County, Texas:

 

4. Coral reefs in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of Mozambique:

 

5. Part of the Sahara desert, Algeria:

 

6. The Richat Structure or “Bulls Eye” in Mauritania:

 

7. The Exmouth Gulf, in Western Australia: 

 

8. Agriculture in South Africa:

 

9. Kansanshi mine, Africa's largest copper mine, in Zambia:

 

10. The General Carrera Lake in Patagonia, Chile:

(Image courtesy: Jeff Williams/Twitter)

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