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Pictures from Space: The Soyuz TMA-01M spacecraft
The Soyuz TMA-01M spacecraft is rolled out by train to the launch pad at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2010. The crew of Expedition 25 Soyuz Commander Alexander Kaleri, NASA Flight Engineer Scott Kelly and Russian Flight Engineer Oleg Skripochka will be sent to the ISS. This Soyuz will eventually be the one that will bring back our Hero, Colonel Douglas Wheelock to Earth. Pictures from space: Photo:
NASA/Carla CioffiI

 Amazing Pictures from Space: A Hero Comes Home [34 Pics]


Introduction

Our third and final article about the amazing pictures taken by Colonel Douglas Wheelock. His commentary has touched so many of us, and we want to acknowledge the sacrifice our astronauts make for all of us. Their rigorous training, total commitment and positive thinking make us see the ISS, NASA and other space program crews as true Heros of Mankind.

This third part features pictures from space from where we left of with part 2 on October 8, 2010 up until November 25, 2010, when Wheelock and two of his fellow crewmembers safely landed their Soyuz spacecraft in Kazakhstan. [34 Pictures]

Hint: Click on images to see larger original version. Use “J” and “K” keys to navigate from picture to picture.

Some facts for those who missed it:
A. Colonel Douglas Wheelock is also known as @Astro_Wheels on twitter, where he has been tweeting pictures to his followers since he arrived at the space station.
B. These images are outstanding and deserve massive attention. The pictures are all visible on Astro_Wheels’ twitpic account.
C. Some are also to be found on NASA Space Station Gallery
D. Many, many have commented directly to him but we want to make it clear Triggerpit does not have any affiliation with Astronaut Wheelock nor NASA. The confusion might have been since all the captions are all his own words as can also be seen on his twitpic account.
E. Previous articles by Triggerpit with many more of Wheelock’s amazing pictures from space:
1. Incredible Space Photos from ISS by NASA astronaut Wheelock [29 pictures from space]
2. More ISS photos from space poet & NASA astronaut Wheelock [40 pictures from space]

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Pictures from Space: The Hawaiian Islands
The Hawaiian Island chain stretches across 1500 miles of the vast Pacific Ocean, and the archipelago is made up of 137 islands, of which only 7 are inhabited. The Hawaiian Islands are, from left to right: Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, Kahoolawe, and Hawaii. 10-09-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from Space: Hurricane Igor
This is the eye of Hurricane Igor. I know the contrast is not so good, but I wanted you to see this… 10-12-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Volcano on the Kamchatka peninsula
The Kamchatka peninsula in the Russian Far East is a breathtaking display of the majesty of pristine wilderness. Seeing these active volcanoes and the vast forests breathes life into your soul, much like the beauty of Patagonia. I dream of visiting Kamchatka one day. 10-13-2010 Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Madagascar
Where natural beauty and human recklessness collide in a big way. Madagascar is so beautiful and so unique, but seeing the streams choked with silt as a result of inland deforestation really saddens me. I hope things can turn around there and future generations will be able to experience this place. 10-15-2010 http://twitpic.com/2xnwya/full Spider close-up photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Rome, and The Vatican
Ancient and alluring – a seat of power, saturated with history – a powerful witness to the very best and very worst of the human condition. Look closely and find countless landmarks that fill this city. You know this place – even if you’ve never been here. It is the timeless city of Rome, and The Vatican. 10-16-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: The Iguazu Falls
Do you know this marvel of the natural world? If you’ve been here… sing out! This place is stunning from space… what it is like to stand in the midst… I can only imagine. Hint: one of many natural wonders in South America… hidden away in the lush landscape on the border of Brazil and Argentina… It is the Iguazu Falls. 10-19-2010. Pictures from space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Cape of Good Hope
At the southern tip of Africa you’ll find this prominent feature, the ‘Cape of Good Hope’. 10-23-2010 Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: San Francisco bay area
Took this photo for my Dad. He has great memories of the San Francisco bay area and his time in the Navy at Treasure Island. I love this city and prior to my launch in June spent my final days in the States here and up north in the Redwoods. I’ll be back soon… 10-23-2010. Pictures from space photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: The Olgas
One of our sixteen sunrises yesterday occurred while we were ‘down under’, over the Australian Outback. Vast, unique, and breathtaking desolation accented by some prominent and sacred natural wonders. Here is a look through an 800mm lens at ‘The Olgas’ casting shadows over the barren landscape. 10-26-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: The approaching dawn
The approaching dawn… the aurora borealis… the cities awakening to a new day collide to make this masterpiece. “And, while with silent lifting mind I’ve trod the high untresspassed sanctity of space, put out my hand and touched the face of God.” 10-26-2010. Pictures from space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Soyuz and The Galapagos Islands
Science and Faith in complete harmony in another unique surreal moment in space. From the Cupola, a view of our Soyuz TMA-19 ‘Olympus’, the spaceship that will carry us home to our beautiful planet… and through the sun-split clouds, The Galapagos Islands… the journey of discovery continues… 10-30-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Space Shuttle Discovery
The Space Shuttle Discovery awaits release on her final voyage. We’ll be watching closely from the International Space Station. Godspeed to the crew …God’s grace to our Launch Control and Mission Control teams. Go Discovery! We’ll leave the light on for you! – Wheels, Shannon, Scott, Fyodor, Sasha, and Oleg. 11-05-2010. Pictures from space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: The Mediterranean Riviera
Europe on a cool autumn night. The Mediterranean Riviera and beautiful mosaic along the coastline from Valencia, Spain to Livorno, Italy and all the magical places in between. Can you see Monte Carlo? How about Pisa, Italy? Barcelona, Spain? Or, maybe you can find Andorra nestled in the Pyrenees mountains… or have memories of one of the islands.. 11-05-2010 Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Cape Bridgewater
Cape Bridgewater on the southern coast of Australia. This is indeed a priceless masterpiece, but not painted by human hands. If I could travel in time, I would love to meet one of the great Impressionists and share this picture… and listen to their thoughts. 11-10-2010. Pictures from space photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Ireland at night
Ireland at Night. This was a beautiful night pass over the Emerald Isle …a little foggy, but otherwise a clear night. 11-14-2010. Pictures from space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: City of Melbourne
A beautiful city on the sea, with a unique port and inner-harbor area. The port and city of Melbourne, Australia. I have never been there but dream of going one day. 11-15-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Lisbon, Portugal
Another sacred autumn night from space, looking south along the Atlantic coast of Europe and into Africa. From Lisbon, Portugal south across the Strait of Gibralter and down the coast of Morocco to Casablanca, and beyond. Took this photo for my friend Fabiano in Lisbon. 11-16-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from Space: Crooked Island and Acklins
This is Crooked Island and Acklins in the bahamas. 11-17-2010. Pictures from space photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Capetown
The Earth at night, when viewed from space, is a beautiful mosaic of light that stirs the imagination. Landscape – water – climate – coastline – technology – accessibility, all defining the brilliant fingerprints and patchwork of lights that mark our presence on the planet. Here is a night image of Capetown, South Africa. An explosion of life and motion at the southern tip of the continent. 11-17-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Aurora Borealis
Aurora Borealis as I will forever paint it in my dreams. Almost time to return home… no regrets… but mixed emotions. Leonardo da Vinci was right… “For once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the Earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been… and there you will long to return.” 11-18-2010. Pictures from space photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Mt. Fuji
Mt. Fuji towering over the beautiful autumn landscape near Tokyo. Captured this photo for my friend Nara-san and our training team in Tsukuba, Japan. You are right here with us in spirit. Seeing the majesty of Mt. Fuji from space is a profoundly emotional moment…flooded with great memories of our time together. It seems that time slips by so quickly like sand through an hourglass. 11-19-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Japan at night
The lights of Japan on a clear November night. These mosaics and patterns of light from our cities, towns and villages are unintentional works of art when viewed from space… a silent and brilliant mapping of our coastlines and landscapes. 11-20-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Aurora
On this sacred night, when the aurora looked like rain, I reflected back on my childhood dreams of flying a spaceship through the infinite expanse of space… to be among the mosaic of billions of stars, and visit other worlds. Now as I look from space at our planet I realize that had I been born and spent my childhood here in space… how much greater and more vivid my dreams would have been to visit this blue planet. 11-20-2010 Full: Pictures from Space Photo: Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: The Persian Gulf
Flying over the Gulf of Oman looking west-northwest on this peaceful evening. Around the bend through the Strait of Hormuz and into the Persian Gulf. Iran on the eastern shore, and the bright lights of Oman, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Kuwait on the western shore. The vibrant cities on the Arabian Peninsula include: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha and Kuwait City. 11-22-2010. Pictures from space Photo: Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: The English Channel
London – Brussels – Antwerp – Rotterdam – Amsterdam and seemingly countless towns and villages sing out on this peaceful night. A nightscape that reveals familiar coastlines, prominent ports, and metropolitan areas. A scene more beautiful than spoken words can tell. 11-24-2010. Pictures from space photo: Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Soyuz and the island of Andros
Our Soyuz spacecraft ‘Olympus’ stands ready for flight… tonight we set sail for the blue planet. It has been nearly 6 months, and we are being called home. I hope to one day return to this place. Seems I’ve lived a hundred lifetimes… yet I blinked, and the time has slipped away. What will that first breath be like when the hatch opens on Earth? …I can only imagine… The island of Andros, in the Bahamas chain, can be seen in the background. 11-25-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Douglas Wheelock

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Pictures from space: Visor reflections
This close-up view shows reflections in the visor of Russian cosmonaut Oleg Skripochka, Expedition 25 flight engineer, as he participates in a session of extravehicular activity (EVA) as construction and maintenance continue on the International Space Station. Visible in the reflections in the visor are cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin, flight engineer, and various components of the space station. Pictures from space Photo: NASA

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Pictures from space: Pyramid Lake
Pyramid Lake, located in western Nevada near the California border. This photograph also captures sunglint-light reflected off of a water surface back towards the observer on the space station-on the northern and southeastern ends of the lake. 09-28-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: NASA

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Pictures from space: Inside Soyuz
A look inside of our ride home. This is the ‘Descent Module’ of our Soyuz spacecraft, ‘Olympus’. Our Soyuz Commander Fyodor Yurchikhin in the center seat, Shannon to his left and me to his right. Here we are getting ready for our departure and return to the Earth on Thursday evening. That shiny silver dome in front of Fyodor is the hatch. Not long now… that hatch will open and we’ll get our first breath of fresh air in nearly 6 months! 11-24-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Astronaut

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Pictures from space: Returning Home
The Soyuz TMA-19 spacecraft with NASA astronaut Doug Wheelock, Expedition 25 commander, and fellow crew members — NASA astronaut Shannon Walker and Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin — descends toward touchdown near the town of Arkalyk, Kazakhstan Nov. 25, 2010. The three crew members are returning from over five months onboard the International Space Station where they served as members of the Expedition 24 and 25 crews. 11-25-2010. Pictures from Space Photo: NASA / Bill Ingalls

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45 Responses to Amazing Pictures from Space: A Hero Comes Home [34 Pics]

  1. Nick January 11, 2011 at 8:19 am #

    As impressive as always. Makes me want to hitch a ride on the Soyuz next time it goes up.

  2. Susan Boyette January 11, 2011 at 1:11 pm #

    These are beautiful pictures. I wonder why we are giving up the travel into space at this time. So many discoveries, and so much more to discover.

  3. clive4 January 12, 2011 at 2:37 am #

    I try to watch them as they fly from horizon to horizon, saying a prayer for their safe return.

    • Livvy January 15, 2011 at 11:08 am #

      My Grandchildren & I ran outside in the snow to wave at them as they passed over Colorado one night…It reminded me of waving at Telstar as it passed overhead when we were children…

  4. Sandy Taylor-Welch January 12, 2011 at 2:15 pm #

    Poetic descriptions beautifully enhance photos that thrill and amaze anyone. They inspire and our children to care for our precious planet and explore. May we reconsider our U.S. space program for a multitude of reasons; education, discoveries, advancements, and for our future well being. Thank you for sharing!

  5. ElizabethHall January 12, 2011 at 2:33 pm #

    A beautiful and magnificent world…..why are we NOT taking proper care of it ?????

  6. Rease January 12, 2011 at 3:56 pm #

    I’ve been to the Iguazu falls! It is truly surreal.

  7. W Shiroma January 14, 2011 at 5:39 am #

    Thank you for those amazing photographs; you granted me a free ride in space. Blessings to all astronauts.

  8. Nate Bassan January 14, 2011 at 7:43 am #

    Outstanding work.
    Nate

  9. Trude Taft January 14, 2011 at 8:09 am #

    Absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing your experiences. The photos make me want to travel everywhere! I hope the future holds more space exploration for the USA and all nations. I love that the space station is a joint effort. When I was in school in the 60′s, no one would have believed we would someday work side by side with the Soviet Union in outer space!

  10. Claude Nall January 14, 2011 at 9:03 am #

    Most of will only dream of doing what you’ve all done. God bless you for sharing all these wonderful sights.

  11. Sylvia Birmingham January 14, 2011 at 9:09 am #

    Once again fantastic pics…Bless all who venture into space…they are the true hero’s of our time…

  12. Ann Thomas January 14, 2011 at 9:34 am #

    Thank you again – the pictures and Colonel Wheelock’s words touch my heart, and these photos should be shown to all school children all over the world so they have a more whole perspective of our beautiful earth. Thank you again for sharing. Sincerely – Ann Thomas.

  13. Basilos January 14, 2011 at 9:37 am #

    Just amazing, well way spend our money, as an invest toward the future, Very well done

  14. Mike January 14, 2011 at 10:27 am #

    What an act of faith, going up in the roomy shuttle, coming down in the sardine-can Soyuz.

    I always wonder if astronauts are driven slightly crazy when they’re back. They’ve seen the whole planet at once, removed from the noise and chaos and seeing only the beauty of the planet all alone in the endlessness of space, and then they come back to the madness of conflict and self-interest among people.

  15. Jackie January 14, 2011 at 11:10 am #

    Thanks again for the beautiful pictures , our Creator is a powerful Architect.
    astronaut Wheelock, He gave you the Soul of a Poet.
    God bless
    Jackie
    From TEXAS

  16. J. Braunschweiger January 14, 2011 at 1:20 pm #

    Thank you so much for giving us the chance to be part of your experience. Wonderful images which make me thoughtful. We should take more care of our wonderful world and universe.
    Kindest regards,
    Johanna

  17. Larry January 14, 2011 at 1:28 pm #

    We are so lucky to be living in these remarkable times….Thanks for sharing the beauty….There are so few of us that will ever be given the opportunity to venture into such a truely incredible advenure….Amazing :)

  18. Joan Fraser January 14, 2011 at 2:18 pm #

    always a marvel – we watch the space station going over our driveway in Calgary Alberta Canada whenever possible – just to make sure everyone is safe. can’t wait til the next lift-off

  19. Judy Bates January 14, 2011 at 2:54 pm #

    Once, again, I am speechless. Thank you, Colonel Wheelock, for giving those of us who are earthbound a most glorius gift!

  20. aslet January 14, 2011 at 3:26 pm #

    Hey, what about bringing a Canon MKII to space and to show clips in full HD? That would have been cool!

  21. Trevor Phee / Australia January 6 2011 4.26 pm January 14, 2011 at 4:20 pm #

    Breath taking as all ways, again, liked the photos of Australia. I am from the East Coast of the Land Down Under.

  22. Sue Dihle January 14, 2011 at 7:11 pm #

    Once again, thank you so much for these spectacular, breath-taking and beautiful images. They are truly priceless, as well as indescribably wondrous. Bless you, and thank you so very, very much.

    My heartfelt, deepest gratitude,

    Sue Dihle

  23. Tracie Webber January 14, 2011 at 7:34 pm #

    ALL I CAN SAY IS……………WOW!!!!!!!!

  24. Carol Wheelock Callahan January 14, 2011 at 7:38 pm #

    Your words reflect your heart and soul. Your photos allow us to see through your eyes. Thank you for allowing us to feel and see the extroadinary!
    God Bless You Astronaught Wheelock ! You make us so very proud !
    Sincerely,
    Carol Wheelock Callahan

  25. JD Smith January 15, 2011 at 8:12 pm #

    A well-inspiring half hour……………..thanks

  26. bsshivarama January 16, 2011 at 8:05 am #

    extrordinary and incredible photographs to be seen and appriciated. Thank you very much.

  27. Suzanne January 17, 2011 at 5:53 am #

    Your words are as illuminating as the photographs! What beautiful prose!

  28. Sharon Koch January 17, 2011 at 2:25 pm #

    Thank you so much for sharing, Colonel Wheelock! I have traveled to many of the locations you showed us, and am totally overwhelmed by your photos from space. You are indeed a poet and a spiritual person. I only wish this older body could be cryogenically frozen and brought back when I could travel in space and time.

  29. Carol Ann January 18, 2011 at 5:27 pm #

    You have brought back to us an enormous gift. Thank you. I sit here in awe of what I have just seen; and your descriptions you felt in your heart has painted us a picture that will forever be in out thoughts. Who is to say……, will there be an opportunity for us to travel into outer space? If so, you and others before you have been pioneers, paving the way. Blessings to you.

  30. Varvara January 19, 2011 at 1:01 am #

    Thank you for lifting us Up, Above…

    You are an astronaut who creates poetry with your camera and your words…

  31. DICK January 23, 2011 at 12:22 pm #

    No body could do this but a Loving Creator…and HE did it in just 6 days. Thanks for sharing!

  32. Livvy January 25, 2011 at 7:27 pm #

    Photo # 4…Totally Surreal…Much of Russia is still in Pristine condition…I would Love to see it someday…Old growth forests…Tigers…Snow Leopards…Elk that look like moose…Bears…Wolves…Many species known nowhere else on Earth…So many sights here on Earth that are as Amazing as these Magnificent photos…If only we took the time to Appreciate them…Perhaps Colonel Wheelock”s Sublime photos & Poetic phrasing will open our eyes…

    • Dan January 25, 2011 at 7:49 pm #

      Colonel Wheelock – Thank you for sharing a unique point of view our home we call earth. These photographs are wonderful. Since the rest of us will never get to personally see the earth from space in our lifetime, you have provided the other six billion of us with a special and unique perspective we would never have if it wasn’t for the sacrifice and effort you the other astronauts have made. I salute all of you!

  33. Stuart Wallace, England January 26, 2011 at 3:02 pm #

    Colonel Wheelock: Thank you for allowing us to share your experiences. You are amongst a very unique body of people who have had the opportunity to experience the thrill of a launch, spending time on the ISS and a successful return home. I always watch in awe when clear skies allow me to gaze into the night sky and follow the ISS across the heavens. Well done to you and the countless others who have made your experience possible.

  34. Michael Richards February 3, 2011 at 11:30 am #

    Simply unbelievable!

  35. Aftab Ali July 15, 2013 at 10:46 pm #

    very nice amazing pictures

  36. Delcamag November 30, 2013 at 4:54 am #

    Very nice post ! Good luck

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