NASA astronauts determine Earth landmarks the low-tech manner

NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei places an atlas to good use in area.

Randy Bresnik/NASA

The Worldwide House Station is among the nice technological marvels of our time, however not all the pieces on board may have stepped out of a sci-fi present. Generally, the previous methods are nonetheless the perfect methods with regards to figuring out unfamiliar landmarks down on Earth. 

NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik tweeted a photograph on Sunday of fellow astronaut Mark Vande Hei finding out a bodily atlas. A laptop computer sits open in entrance of Vande Hei and reveals an unidentified view of Earth. The astronaut has his finger pointing to a part of a map within the e-book. 

The area station crew members typically share Earth views on social media, whether or not it is a hard-to-capture take a look at the pyramids in Egypt or unusual parallel strains within the snow in Russia. When wanting again on the many pictures, it isn’t all the time instantly apparent precisely which a part of the planet they present.  

“Once we take an image of someplace on Earth we’re unfamiliar, @Astro_Sabot reveals how we glance it up and be taught the place we have been,” Bresnik writes.

Discovering a big e-book of maps on the ISS could appear to be a shock, nevertheless it’s removed from being the strangest merchandise we have ever despatched into orbit. That honor most likely goes to this gorilla swimsuit.

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