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+Ron Garan took this. From space.

+Ron Garan took this. From space.

Ron Garan just added on Google+ some photos to his "EVA" (spacewalk) album from the last Space Shuttle based spacewalk in the International Space Station program. Some are pics that Mike Fossum took of Garan while they were outside and some were taken by Garan himself that show Space Shuttle Atlantis docked to the International Space Station for the last time. More to follow...

Ron Garan just added on Google+ some photos to his "EVA" (spacewalk) album from the last Space Shuttle based spacewalk in the International Space Station program. Some are pics that Mike Fossum took of Garan while they were outside and some were taken by Garan himself that show Space Shuttle Atlantis docked to the International Space Station for the last time. More to follow...

In a stunning photograph taken by NASA astronaut Ron Garan through a space station window, a single Perseid meteor was captured as the piece of comet dust slammed into the Earth's atmosphere.

In a stunning photograph taken by NASA astronaut Ron Garan through a space station window, a single Perseid meteor was captured as the piece of comet dust slammed into the Earth's atmosphere.

Endeavour Approaches the International Space Station - Astronaut Ron Garan, aboard the International Space Station, tweeted (as @Astro_Ron): "#Endeavour after doing a "flip" prior to today's docking. Great 2 have #STS134 crew on board! #FromSpace #NASA," on May 18, 2011 (Flight Day 3).

Endeavour Approaches the International Space Station - Astronaut Ron Garan, aboard the International Space Station, tweeted (as @Astro_Ron): "#Endeavour after doing a "flip" prior to today's docking. Great 2 have #STS134 crew on board! #FromSpace #NASA," on May 18, 2011 (Flight Day 3).

Astronaut Ron Garan On His Harrowing Landing, Innovations In Outer ...

Astronaut Ron Garan On His Harrowing Landing, Innovations In Outer Space, And Tweeting From The Final Frontier

Astronaut Ron Garan On His Harrowing Landing, Innovations In Outer ...

On Sunday, July 31, 2011, when Expedition 28 astronaut Ron Garan aboard the International Space Station looked out his window, this is what he saw: the moon. And, he saw it 16 times. Said Garan, "We had simultaneous sunsets and moonsets." For Garan and the rest of the station crew, this extraordinary event is a daily occurrence. Since the station orbits the Earth every 90 minutes, each day the crew experiences this about 16 times a day.            Credit: NASA

On Sunday, July 31, 2011, when Expedition 28 astronaut Ron Garan aboard the International Space Station looked out his window, this is what he saw: the moon. And, he saw it 16 times. Said Garan, "We had simultaneous sunsets and moonsets." For Garan and the rest of the station crew, this extraordinary event is a daily occurrence. Since the station orbits the Earth every 90 minutes, each day the crew experiences this about 16 times a day. Credit: NASA

Yes there is #Gravity in space! NASA astronauts Ron Garan and Cady Coleman in the International Space Station cupola with a picture of the Gravity crew after filming was complete on the Oscar nominated film.

Yes there is #Gravity in space! NASA astronauts Ron Garan and Cady Coleman in the International Space Station cupola with a picture of the Gravity crew after filming was complete on the Oscar nominated film.

Spacewalker Ron Garan rides on the International Space Station's robotic arm as he transfers a failed pump module to the cargo bay of space shuttle Atlantis July 12, 2011. REUTERS/NASA/Handout

50 years of NASA spacewalks

Spacewalker Ron Garan rides on the International Space Station's robotic arm as he transfers a failed pump module to the cargo bay of space shuttle Atlantis July 12, 2011. REUTERS/NASA/Handout

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