Stunning astronaut photos show Australia’s outback ‘like an open geology book’

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German astronaut Alexander Gerst posts many extraordinary views from his lofty perch in the International Space Station.

The European Space Agency astronaut and geophysicist has posted videos and photos from orbit showing the extreme power of Hurricane Florence, an amazing timelapse of the Southern Lights, and dramatic views of extreme fires burning in California.

Now, he’s posted a rare view of Australia’s spectacular natural red rock formation, Uluru (also previously known as Ayers Rock), which sits in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the country’s Northern Territory. Read more…

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