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  • Astronaut Scott Kelly is spending one year in space to help NASA better understand the impact of long-term missions. Kelly will return to Earth on March 1. NASA will study Kelly and his twin, retired astronaut Mark Kelly, who remained on Earth, to gain insight into the impact space may have on an astronaut's body. Pictured: Italy is seen in this photo captured from space.
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  • Kelly snapped a selfie during a spacewalk.
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  • "A sky full of stars and Earth aglow below," Kelly wrote.
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  • Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam is seen in this photo.
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  • What a vivid sunset looks like from space.
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  • "Hosted #SuperBowl party on @space_station, but no one showed up. I would have served nachos! #YearInSpace," Kelly tweeted.
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  • The aurora has been a frequent subject of Kelly's photos.
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  • Kelly had a view above the massive snowstorm that blanketed the East Coast of the United States in January.
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  • Kelly's grew flowers in space to help NASA better understand how plants grow in microgravity.
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  • Good morning! Kelly captured a vibrant sunrise from space.
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  • The Andes mountain range in South America looks just as epic from space.
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  • "Tell-tale sign I live on a #spaceship. Cygnus outside my window & #Africa below. #HappySunday from @space_station!" kelly wrote.
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  • "Flew over my office space @NASA_Johnson from my space office! #GoodNight from @space_station! #YearInSpace" Kelly wrote.
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  • The cupola is a favorite spot for taking photos at the International Space Station.
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  • Russia's Soyuz spacecraft arrives at the International Space Station carrying new crew members.
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