NASA releases extraordinary images of U.S. national parks from Space

NASA astronauts Ricky Arnold and Jeff Williams have shared breathtaking pictures taken from the International Space Station (ISS) over the last two years. Stunning snaps reveal aerial views of Earth’s most extraordinary landscapes.

Astronaut Ricky Arnold shared with his 23,000 Twitter followers a scenic view of America’s first park, Yellowstone National Volcano.

The image “encompasses the caldera of a “supervolcano” that will one day reshape our planet,” says Mr. Arnold.

The collection of images also includes Yellowstone National Park, Glacier Bay, active volcano Mount St. Helens and Death Valley.

Sharing his image of Mount St Helens on social media, NASA’s Jeff Williams wrote, “Mount St. Helens looks spectacular from directly above!”

The gallery includes striking composites revealing miles of deserts and mountains across America.

See the images…


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