Updated: May 4, 2021 10:44:12 am
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.
Take a look here:
— NOGUCHI, Soichi 野口 聡一（のぐち そういち） (@Astro_Soichi) May 1, 2021
Take a look at how people reacted to the picture here:
Thanks from the world for the beautiful pictures 😃
— orduhan özkaynak (@OrduhanOzkaynak) May 1, 2021
a perfect view. you are very good at this. 👌🏼
— didem (@ddmacar) May 1, 2021
— Jackie Carpenter (@onegiantleapoz) May 1, 2021
Wow! Great photo. Thank you for sharing some of your experiences on ISS. Safe home.
— Steve Joyce (@luckosteve) May 1, 2021
Wow, nice! Thank you.
— Natalie (@NotNatalie0390) May 1, 2021
Marvellous shot. Safe journey home.
— Marianne. (@MmPson2) May 1, 2021
Good luck and welcome back home, Soichi San
— ᐯ ﾒ ᗪ (@VXDXI) May 1, 2021
Soichi have a safe voyage home, your photos have brought us great joy! Thank you
— Teri Williford (@williford_teri) May 1, 2021
Have a safe trip Home, thank you for all the amazing photos you shared. All the best.
— Michael G. Cooper 🇬🇧 🇲🇽 (@space_cooper) May 1, 2021
He, along with three other astronauts, returned to Earth in SpaceX’s Dragon capsule following the group’s six-month mission in orbit.
Crew-I Mission splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico near Panama City at 2:56 a.m. EDT, a minute ahead of the scheduled time.
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