International Space Station astronaut Pesquet shares a detailed space image of the Netherlands

International Space Station astronaut Pesquet shares a detailed space image of the Netherlands

For example, pay attention to the difference in water color between the North Sea, IJsselmeer and Markermeer. At the time of the shooting, the tide was low, which can be clearly seen around the Wadden Islands. Veluwe forests also stand out, colored in dark green in the photo.

Pesquet shares photos from space almost daily. The International Space Station (ISS) hovers 400 kilometers above Earth, so you can say it has a prime location. Going fast: The International Space Station flies around the world in an hour and a half. For those who want to know how fast, watch the video below.

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