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‘Thanks from the world’: Astronaut Soichi Noguchi shares image of Giza pyramid clicked from ISS

Soichi Noguchi along with three other astronauts returned to Earth in SpaceX’s Dragon capsule following the group’s six-month mission in orbit.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: May 4, 2021 10:44:12 am
Soichi Noguchi, ISS, Great Pyramid of Giza from Space, ISS astronaut last day picture, Great Pyramid of Giza aerial view, international space station, Trending news, Indian Express news“The final day on #ISS – I got the best shot of #Giza #Pyramid #worldheritage”, he wrote, while sharing the picture.

Japanese astronaut Soichi Noguchi recently shared a photograph he took aboard the international space station on his last day and the picture is now making rounds on the internet. Taking to Twitter, Noguchi shared a picture of The Great Pyramid of Giza, a world heritage site constructed by the ancient Egyptians.

The image features both the architectural marvel and the Al Giza Desert adjacent to it. “The final day on #ISS – I got the best shot of #Giza #Pyramid #worldheritage”, he wrote, while sharing the picture.

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He, along with three other astronauts, returned to Earth in SpaceX’s Dragon capsule following the group’s six-month mission in orbit.

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