This Is How Super Bowl Looks Like From Space

Posted: Feb 8 2016, 2:59am CST | by , in News | Latest Science News


This is How Super Bowl Looks Like From Space
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  • The Super Bowl as Seen from the Context of Outer Space

The Super Bowl as it can be seen from the context of outer space, was a sight that was reserved for astronaut Scott Kelly while he was aboard the ISS.

The very best of the Super Bowl on earth may be reserved for a few. But there is only one individual who really got to see it from a universal angle. And that is astronaut Scott Kelly.

He is a record holder in matters having to do with the number of days spent in space. The biggest thing is that he didn’t fail to attend the Super Bowl 50. 

Scott took some pretty amazing pics of the grand event from outer space. These pics have been posted online. The fact that the ISS was traveling at 17,500 miles per hour meant that he had to do it in a hurry.

Nevertheless, he got some very cool snapshots of the happening. It was a serial of aerial views that Scott Kelly managed to capture on camera. Kelly will be ending his stay in outer space in March of this year.

Kelly along with his twin Mark are carrying out studies in space about the impact of the unusual conditions of weightlessness on the human body. 

The goal of Scott Kelly’s mission is to pave the way for a trip of the first human beings to the planet Mars. The fact that the Super Bowl 50 was seen from space is something to be proud of.

Scott Kelly got the chance of a lifetime indeed. The sight was mesmerizing and very grand in the view it afforded Scott Kelly. And he went ahead and posted the pics online with various messages.

His family and fans not to mentions many others got to see them in their panoramic enchantment. Seen from space, the pics are just amazing to behold. 

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