Reid Wiseman, Baltimore astronaut, is a Twitter sensation

November 7, 2014 - Supermoon

Nov 7, 2014

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Astronaut Reid Wiseman, innate and lifted in a Baltimore area, is now stationed aboard a International Space Station (ISS). He literally has a window on a universe as a space hire circles in low circuit around Earth. Wiseman has been holding hundreds of cinema of Earth and posting extraordinary images on his Twitter comment @astro_reid.

Backdropped by Earth's environment and a dark of space, a International Space Station is featured in this design photographed by an STS-134 organisation member on a space convey Endeavour. (NASA photo)

Backdropped by Earth’s environment and a dark of space, a International Space Station is featured in this design photographed by an STS-134 organisation member on a space convey Endeavour. (NASA photo)

Wiseman waits in a Russian Service Module with a 800mm watchful to take a design of Italy. (Cosmonaut Maksim Surayev/NASA)

Wiseman waits in a Russian Service Module with a 800mm watchful to take a design of Italy. (Cosmonaut Maksim Surayev/NASA)

On Jul 7, Wiseman soared directly over Baltimore in a space hire and took this design of downtown. He wrote in a tweet, Nice to fly over my hometown. Camden Yards clearly visible. Go Orioles. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

On Jul 7, Wiseman soared directly over Baltimore in a space hire and took this design of downtown. He wrote in a tweet, “Nice to fly over my hometown. Camden Yards clearly visible. Go Orioles.” (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman settled on Twitter that he missed a supermoon, though was still means to get this good design of it environment on Aug 13. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman settled on Twitter that he missed a supermoon, though was still means to get this good design of it environment on Aug 13. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

The western United States creates for some extraordinary earth art. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

The western United States creates for some extraordinary earth art. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

On Oct 29, Wiseman remarkable that a new guest had arrived during a station, as Progress 57P was noticed out a window on a hire right before docking. The qualification will be resupplying a ISS. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

On Oct 29, Wiseman remarkable that a new guest had arrived during a station, as Progress 57P was noticed out a window on a hire right before docking. The qualification will be resupplying a ISS. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

On Oct 25, a International Space Station upheld over Chicago and Lake Michigan on what Wiseman described as a pleasing frail tumble day. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

On Oct 25, a International Space Station upheld over Chicago and Lake Michigan on what Wiseman described as a pleasing frail tumble day. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman speckled this scarcely absolute halo during morning on Oct 25. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman speckled this scarcely absolute halo during morning on Oct 25. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Unique viewpoint of an ISS solar array from a spacewalk on Oct 15. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Unique viewpoint of an ISS solar array from a spacewalk on Oct 15. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Orange silt dunes retrieve land from farmers in a Middle East nearby a Red Sea. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Orange silt dunes retrieve land from farmers in a Middle East nearby a Red Sea. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A volcano in Mexico oozes uninformed lava and a bit of steam. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A volcano in Mexico oozes uninformed lava and a bit of steam. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Night time over Europe and northern African from a ISS on Oct 21. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Night time over Europe and northern African from a ISS on Oct 21. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman pronounced he was amatory a new 50-500mm lens that he used to take this design of Houston in a afternoon of Oct 26. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman pronounced he was amatory a new 50-500mm lens that he used to take this design of Houston in a afternoon of Oct 26. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

On Oct 25, Wiseman described this as a design of his float home in 16 days as a space hire sailed over a western United States. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

On Oct 25, Wiseman described this as a design of his float home in 16 days as a space hire sailed over a western United States. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A red dried in Australia creates for unimaginable earth art. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A red dried in Australia creates for unimaginable earth art. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman wrote on his Twitter page that this was a pleasing overpass in what he believed to be Greece. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman wrote on his Twitter page that this was a pleasing overpass in what he believed to be Greece. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Glacial flows by British Columbia, Canada taken on Sep 3. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Glacial flows by British Columbia, Canada taken on Sep 3. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

On Oct 22, Wiseman describes these as his dual many ordinarily used collection - a 28-70 and a 80-200mm lenses. (NASA photo)

On Oct 22, Wiseman describes these as his dual many ordinarily used collection – a 28-70 and a 80-200mm lenses. (NASA photo)

Wiseman described this design as roughly yin and yang as noticed from a space hire on Oct 21. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman described this design as roughly “yin and yang” as noticed from a space hire on Oct 21. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman describes this shot as earth art on his Twitter page, observant it's calm, relaxed and beautiful. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman describes this shot as “earth art” on his Twitter page, observant it’s calm, relaxed and beautiful. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Flight Engineers Reid Wiseman (right) and Barry Wilmore spent many of Oct. 14 completing preparations for their 6 -hour Oct. 15 spacewalk. The dual astronauts set adult their spacesuits and collection in a apparatus close of a Quest airlock. (NASA photo)

Flight Engineers Reid Wiseman (right) and Barry Wilmore spent many of Oct. 14 completing preparations for their 6 ½-hour Oct. 15 spacewalk. The dual astronauts set adult their spacesuits and collection in a apparatus close of a Quest airlock. (NASA photo)

On his Twitter page, Wiseman jokingly referred to this design as 3 hulk straws that had sucked a final bit of life from this lake. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

On his Twitter page, Wiseman jokingly referred to this design as 3 hulk straws that had sucked a final bit of life from this lake. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

I will skip this, would be a understatement of my life, Wiseman wrote of this design on his Twitter account. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

“I will skip this, would be a understatement of my life,” Wiseman wrote of this design on his Twitter account. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

On Nov 3, Wiseman took this design of coastal sands of Saudi Arabia consistent with H2O only north of Jubail. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

On Nov 3, Wiseman took this design of coastal sands of Saudi Arabia consistent with H2O only north of Jubail. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

NASA wanderer Reid Wiseman tweeted this print from a International Space Station Sept. 2, 2014. My favorite views from space  only past morning over a ocean, a Expedition 40 wanderer tweeted. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

NASA wanderer Reid Wiseman tweeted this print from a International Space Station Sept. 2, 2014. “My favorite views from space – only past morning over a ocean,” a Expedition 40 wanderer tweeted. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A design taken over Maryland on Oct 24 in a afternoon. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A design taken over Maryland on Oct 24 in a afternoon. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A space-weathered SpaceX Dragon moments before being expelled on Oct 25. The Dragon is a free-flying booster designed to broach load to orbiting destinations. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A space-weathered SpaceX Dragon moments before being expelled on Oct 25. The Dragon is a free-flying booster designed to broach load to orbiting destinations. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A perspective from a space hire looking west toward California and a Pacific Coast. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A perspective from a space hire looking west toward California and a Pacific Coast. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman took this design of a sands of Africa with a new 800mm lens. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman took this design of a sands of Africa with a new 800mm lens. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A design of New Orleans, taken with a 800mm lens. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A design of New Orleans, taken with a 800mm lens. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

On Oct 9, a design of Super Typhoon Vongfang. Wiseman pronounced on Twitter that he had seen many from a ISS, though nothing like this. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

On Oct 9, a design of Super Typhoon Vongfang. Wiseman pronounced on Twitter that he had seen many from a ISS, though nothing like this. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

The Hoover Dam photographed on Aug 24. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

The Hoover Dam photographed on Aug 24. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman took this morning print from a space hire on Oct 29, 2014, a day following a blast of a unmanned rocket Antares during Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The rocket was carrying 5,00 lbs. of load to resupply a International Space Statin. Wiseman wrote on his Twitter page, Not each day is easy. Yesterday was a tough one. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman took this morning print from a space hire on Oct 29, 2014, a day following a blast of a unmanned rocket Antares during Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The rocket was carrying 5,00 lbs. of load to resupply a International Space Statin. Wiseman wrote on his Twitter page, “Not each day is easy. Yesterday was a tough one.” (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A unimaginable perspective from a International Space Station looking true down on Iran on Oct 13. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A unimaginable perspective from a International Space Station looking true down on Iran on Oct 13. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A design of downtown Jacksonville, Fla. New cameras are treating me too well, Wiseman pronounced on Twitter. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

A design of downtown Jacksonville, Fla. “New cameras are treating me too well,” Wiseman pronounced on Twitter. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wiseman described this print taken on Oct 28 as an random print with fantastic results, that he took while on his lunch break. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

By luck, Wiseman speckled this monumental volcano as a space hire flew over China. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

By luck, Wiseman speckled this monumental volcano as a space hire flew over China. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wild swirling sea currents in object nearby Cape Town, South Africa on Oct 18. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

Wild swirling sea currents in object nearby Cape Town, South Africa on Oct 18. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

An implausible northern halo on a morning of Sep 24. (Reid Wiseman/NASA)

An implausible norther halo on a morning of Sep 24th. Reid Wiseman/NASA

He has amassed a flattering good-sized assembly with some-more than 360,00 followers. His images, that he refers to as “Earth art,” have been crisscrossing a cyber-world and are frequently posted on a central NASA website as a “photo of a day.”

Wiseman graduated from Dulaney High in Timonium in 1993 and got his Masters of Science grade in System Engineering during Johns Hopkins. He doesn’t demur to flourish his Maryland roots on his Twitter page, such as posting a design of himself sporting an Orioles jersey during a MLB playoffs. Also, after posting a design he shot of downtown Baltimore, Wiseman proclaimed, “Nice to fly over my hometown.”

Wiseman is due to lapse to Earth this weekend after 165 days in circuit aboard a International Space Station. During a new talk with CBS News, Wiseman was asked what he would miss. Among other things, he stated, “I’m going to skip a view. It’s implausible to go demeanour outward and see that Earth down there with a blue horizon. It’s so beautiful, we will skip that absolutely.”

source ⦿ http://darkroom.baltimoresun.com/2014/11/baltimore-astronaut-reid-wiseman-is-a-twitter-sensation/

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