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Chris Hadfield‏@Cmdr_Hadfield | This Chilean rock looks like it's still wet  | Mar 14, 2013

Chris Hadfield‏@Cmdr_Hadfield | This Chilean rock looks like it's still wet | Mar 14, 2013

Essex from the International Space Station. You can see the mouth of the River Thames with the River Crouch above and the River Roche branching off it.  Thanks to Cmdr Chris Hadfield aboard the ISS!

Essex from the International Space Station. You can see the mouth of the River Thames with the River Crouch above and the River Roche branching off it. Thanks to Cmdr Chris Hadfield aboard the ISS!

Where the rock meets the soil near Capetown, South Africa. Are these the vineyards where the wine comes from?

Where the rock meets the soil near Capetown, South Africa. Are these the vineyards where the wine comes from?

Our Earth is just simply beautiful! (We agree Chris) (does this look like an old man with eyes, eyebrows, somewhat a nose?)

Our Earth is just simply beautiful! (We agree Chris) (does this look like an old man with eyes, eyebrows, somewhat a nose?)

«Peu importe ce que certains fermiers d'Afrique font, j'apprécie la vue.» Chris Hadfield / Twitter

EN IMAGES. La Terre vue de l'Espace

«Peu importe ce que certains fermiers d'Afrique font, j'apprécie la vue.» Chris Hadfield / Twitter

The Earth’s fault lines are especially visible from orbit, like this one in South Africa.

The Earth’s fault lines are especially visible from orbit, like this one in South Africa.

Chris Hadfield "A river sneaks through colourful arid rock, unused, in Central Africa."

Chris Hadfield "A river sneaks through colourful arid rock, unused, in Central Africa."

A gyre frozen into the ice, in Newfoundland, Canada is pictured in this handout photo courtesy of Col. Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency, from the International Space Station, taken on March 22, 2013.

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A gyre frozen into the ice, in Newfoundland, Canada is pictured in this handout photo courtesy of Col. Chris Hadfield of the Canadian Space Agency, from the International Space Station, taken on March 22, 2013.

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