The Galapagos Islands are a group of volcanic islands that lie in the Pacific Ocean and are part of Ecuador.
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NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy shared stunning photos of the Galapagos Islands on his glove in excitement. Astronauts have captured the iconic view of the island from more than 200 miles above our Earth. The Galapagos Islands are a group of volcanic islands that lie in the Pacific Ocean and are part of Ecuador.
Along with the footage, Cassidy wrote, “Have a nice time in the Galapagos Islands today!”;
The nets found have remained fascinating with the photos. The post has received more than 5k likes and tons of comments.
One user responded to the tweet, “Nice catch. “And the island reminds me of Darwin’s end.”
Nice catch. And the island reminds me of Darwin’s end.
– Radifah Kabir (@RadifahK) 10 August 2020
Another user said, “Incredible, you can see the details of the volcano and its crater rising from the ocean.”
Incredible, you can see the details of the volcano and its crater rising from the ocean.
– Vanessa Rawson (née Wiltshire) (@journo_ness) August 10, 2020
According to NASA, Cassidy and two Russian cosmonauts, Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner went on their mission to the Soyuz MS-16 spacecraft in April 2020. The photos were clicked by the astronaut, currently living inside the International Space Station.
Earlier, astronaut Colonel Doug Hurley shared an image of Earth taken from space and wrote “Our beautiful blue marble.”
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