Ladies and gentlemen it’s Disney week! That’s right for an entire seven days there will be Florida related material in keeping with an occasional pilgrimage to worship a cartoon mouse.
Day One: A birds-eye view of the peninsula. That is if a bird could fly in low orbit and exist in a vacuum, but you get the idea. EDIT: perhaps the bird in question is living on the International Space Station and likes to perch by a window. Yeah, that’ll work too.
Florida to Louisiana Viewed From the International Space Station
NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman captured this image of Florida to Louisiana just before dawn, taken from the International Space Station, and posted it to social media on Friday, Sept. 12. Wiseman, Commander Max Suraev and Flight Engineer Alexander Gerst began their first full workweek Monday as a three-person crew aboard the space station, while the three additional flight engineers who will round out the Expedition 41 crew spent the day training for next week’s launch to the orbiting complex.
Image Credit: NASA