UAE astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi who’s on a six-month mission to the Worldwide House Station (ISS), shared some cool photographs of the snow-covered Himalayas from the outer area.
In his tweet on the X platform, the astronaut stated, “The Himalayas from area… Dwelling to the Everest summit, the very best level above sea stage on earth, these mountains are one of many iconic landmarks of our planet’s wealthy nature.”
The put up has garnered 47.4K views when this report was printed. Shocked by the view, some social media customers took to the X platform to precise their views. “Nature’s grand masterpiece on full show,” stated a person whereas one other stated, “Superb brother. Thanks a lot for persevering with to ship us these beautiful pictures of our blue large sphere of life.”
This isn’t the primary time that Al Neyadi has posted photographs from the area. In Might, he uploaded a night-time footage of Dubai from area displaying the Palm Jumeirah, Jebel Ali and residential areas within the metropolis just like the Jumeirah Village Circle. “Dubai shines nearly as shiny as the celebrities up right here,” he wrote in put up.
Earlier this month, he shared picture of British seaside metropolis Brighton from the ISS. He accomplished commencement in electronics and communications engineering on the College of Brighton in 2004 earlier than going again to his dwelling nation to pursue grasp’s. He additionally shared picture of the Suez Canal this month in a put up that learn, “A view from area of the Suez Canal: Coronary heart of worldwide commerce.”
Different area pictures shared by him embody Damascus, Madrid, wildfires in Greece and Turkey, Taal Volcano within the Philippines, Brasilia, Tokyo, Rome and Australia’s Gold Coast.
In one other put up, Al Neyadi stated, “Sundown, then dawn, then sundown… Every single day, we witness 16 sunrises and sunsets aboard the ISS.”
Al Neyadi has been on ISS since March. He and his crew are set to return to Earth on Thursday, August 31. In April, he turned the primary Arab astronaut to conduct a spacewalk.