On his 287th day as a part of the #YearInSpace mission, International Space Station commander Scott Kelly shared an awe-inspiring image of a frozen lake in the Himalayan mountain range.
On Saturday, Kelly shared a photograph of the glacial blue frozen lake set amidst the warm brown of Himalayan mountain ranges.
It's easy to see why he thought that the picture was worth a thousand words.
The NASA astronaut is expected to spend about 342 days living and working on the International Space Station -- marking the orbiting outpost's first yearlong space mission.
Earlier this month, he had shared some breathtaking photographs of south India, calling them 'artistic'.
— Scott Kelly (@StationCDRKelly) January 3, 2016
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