The images of Earth clicked from the outer space are captivating. Something is astounding about those pictures released by the astronauts, and we want to thank them for showing us this perspective of mother earth. Recently, a Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi, shared the picture of Mount Fuji clicked from outer space and netizens are in awe of the image.
A Japanese Astronaut Posted Mount Fuji’s Picture On Twitter
Soichi Noguchi shared the image on Twitter and posted the picture with a caption in Japanese. The translated caption reads “Mount Fuji and my hometown Chigasaki.” Netizens immediately liked the picture, and the post garnered several comments. Many thanked the astronaut for sharing the image. Travel Through Japan From The Comfort Of Your Home Through These Livestreams.
— NOGUCHI, Soichi 野口 聡－（のぐち そういち） (@Astro_Soichi) February 11, 2021
Mount Fuji’s Image From Outer Space Looks Astounding
While we have seen many breathtaking images of Mount Fuji, but this one surely tops the list. A nurse posted an emotional comment writing that she had not returned to her hometown Chigasaki due to the pandemic, but she is glad that she can view Chigasaki from space.
— NOGUCHI, Soichi 野口 聡－（のぐち そういち） (@Astro_Soichi) February 14, 2021
The Astronaut Is Currently Aboard International Space Station
Noguchi is an astronaut from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and has been a part of SpaceX Crew-1 mission. Currently, he is aboard International Space Station with his fellow astronauts from NASA.
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