Looking Down: NASA Astronauts Share Images from Space

By: Leah Weber

From "Space Selfies" and birthday celebrations, to beautiful images of Earth, NASA Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley shared tons content while up at the International Space Station.

August 03, 2020

You can follow Astronaut Bob Behnken on Twitter @AstroBehnken or Astronaut Doug Hurley @astro.doug on Instagram to look back on their most recent journey to space. With over 70 images posted between them, here are some of the highlights. Bob and Doug's commentary says it all!

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