Soichi Noguchi's Top 15 Most Beautiful Photos, Tweeted From The Space

Soichi Noguchi is a Japanese aeronautical engineer who is currently a part of the Soyuz TMA-17 crew and Expedition 22 to the International Space Station and it seems that he is one of the first scientists who got an excellent idea to share what he sees from space with internet users.

Soichi recently started tweeting from the space and he decided to show us some of his best photos taken from there which he shares with us almost every day via Twitpic. Here you can see the list of some of the most beautiful photos taken by Soichi Noguchi from International Space Station.

Amazon River, Brazil, photo taken on February 6, 2010
Aruba Antiles near Venezuela, photo taken on February 6, 2010

Bahrain, photo taken on February 9, 2010
KSC, Florida. Space Shuttle Endeavour STS-130 is preparing to launch, photo taken on February 4, 2010
Mount Fuji, photo taken on January 31, 2010
Hawaii Island, photo taken on January 31, 2010
Jakarta, Indonesia, photo taken on February 9, 2010
Mount Kilimanjaro, photo taken on February 1, 2010
Maldives Island in Indian Ocean, photo taken on February 3, 2010
Moscow, Russia, photo taken on February 5, 2010
Pico de Orizaba, Mexico, photo taken on February 7, 2010
Quebec City, Canada, photo taken on February 3, 2010
Golden Gate Bridge, San Fransisco, photo taken on January 30, 2010
Sapporo, Japan, photo taken on February 4, 2010
Tokyo, Japan, photo taken on January 28, 2010


  1. wow, everything looks so different

  2. i can't find a word to describe that! it's just amazing really

  3. The lights look awesome in Japan. A ton of Anime being watched.

  4. That's awesome. I never thought of them tweeting from space. I wonder how fast the internet is.

  5. those pics are awesome

  6. I love the contrast in the photo of Pico de Orizaba

  7. That photo of Aruba is amazing!

  8. Wow, such amazing pictures. The best post I've seen all day!

  9. INCREDIBLE images !

    Have a super week.

  10. Man those are awesome. Imagine, being able to tweet these and be like "yeah, it's no big thing. This is just what I did today." Nuts. Also, crazy that you can see the Golden Gate Bridge's shadow.