Ron Garan

@Astro_Ron

Husband, Father, Social Entrepreneur, Author of The Orbital Perspective. Occasionally Spend Time in Low Earth Orbit or on the Bottom of the Ocean. #TheKeyIsWe

Who can guess where this is? Hint: The outer bands of #Irene are in the upper left #FromSpace (8/26/11 8:37pm GMT)

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1374 days ago

Who can guess where this is? Hint: The outer bands of #Irene are in the upper left #FromSpace (8/26/11 8:37pm GMT)

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B767ERdriver 1367 days ago

Im thinking Nova Scotia or St Johns Newfoundland.. Gilly

albertofelipe10 1371 days ago

Doido ...

anonymous2000 1372 days ago

Gaspe peninsula.

PC0101 1374 days ago

More familiar with Jupiter, eh? Canada, Gulf of St Lawrence, New Brunswick. Upper left corner (close to horizon): Lake Ontario. Montréal close to it.

Diannesyz2 1374 days ago

Gulf of St. Lawrence near Monts Notre Dame. Near where the gulf curves around into the narrow strip.

PC0101 1374 days ago

At the average altitude of 386 km one orbit takes 92 mins 16 sec, making 15.6 orbits per day.

TRA741 1374 days ago

And in the upper left #Irene on the east coast of America. Regards from The Netherlands, Europe ;-)

TRA741 1374 days ago

This is a part of the 'Gulf of St Lawrence' facing west southwest. We see New Brunswick.....

zoocaddy 1374 days ago

any chance of rt zoocaddy

zoocaddy 1374 days ago

hey ron your pictures are amazing the best thing if found in years many thanks paul ,in the UK

djvaldivia 1374 days ago

how much lasts one turn around the orbit of earth in the international space station? regards from Chile!

villas_tuscany 1374 days ago

Ho fantastic image
bY Tuscan Villa - Siena

JUPITERFIX 1374 days ago

Canada?

JUPITERFIX 1374 days ago

Montreal, Canada

wwwbikerider 1374 days ago

mouth of St. Laurence River

RickLovers 1374 days ago

Gaspesie(Quebec) + New-Brunswick .

rajeshm20 1374 days ago

Alaska

djvaldivia 1374 days ago

Y parte de Ontario far away!

didotheslayer 1374 days ago

This is Quebec (Gaspésie)