10 Stunning Pictures Taken by Scott Kelly in Space That Tell a Story!

    It is hard to imagine, how it is to spent an entire year in space. US astronaut Scott Kelly has been there done that. Going to space! Scott Kelly returned to earth after spending 340-days in space. This is by far the longest time anybody ever spent in space. Scott Kelly returned to the International Space Station at NASA.

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    Several people have a lot of questions - like how he spent time in space or about body weightlessness in space at an orbit of 220 miles away from earth.

    To convince everyone, Scott Kelly has clicked selfies and photos of the orbit which he shared on social media.

    Let's look at these 10 photos that the American Astronaut shared on social media:

    This is the view up from space. Seeing the sunrise looks beautiful.

    Everything looks blue from above, with some traces of other colors.

    Scott Kelly wishing everyone a Happy Chinese New Year.

    This is a Spacecraft Cargo.

    Success of the Cygnus Mission.

    Day 310. Good night, everyone. #GoodNight from @iss! #YearInSpace #iss #spacestation #space #earth #night

    A photo posted by Scott Kelly (@stationcdrkelly) on

    Scott Kelly wishing Good Night!

    Scott Kelly is a regular at watching entertainment while on space mission. This time he is enjoying the Super Bowl.

    My last #sunrise from space. 5 of 5. #YearInSpace #space #spacestation #iss

    A photo posted by Scott Kelly (@stationcdrkelly) on

    This is the photograph of the last sunrise from space.

    Scott Kelly is back in the world

    Scott Kelly enjoying dinner with his friends and family after returning to planet earth from space.

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