If you're an astronaut on a spacewalk, however, this vertigo-inducing perspective is something you'll need to get used to, and fast. 

NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough shared his unique perspective with people on social media after he ventured outside the International Space Station for a spacewalk on March 24. 

View of our spectacular planet (and my boots) during the #spacewalk yesterday with @Thom_astropic.twitter.com/mCMd7aSLha

— Shane Kimbrough (@astro_kimbrough) March 25, 2017 Read more...

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This is one of the best-ever views of Earth from space

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It’s a view that very few people will ever get to see firsthand: Legs dangling in free fall above the Earth with nothing but empty space between you and the planet’s blue surface 250 miles below. 

If you’re an astronaut on a spacewalk, however, this vertigo-inducing perspective is something you’ll need to get used to, and fast. 

NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough shared his unique perspective with people on social media after he ventured outside the International Space Station for a spacewalk on March 24. 

View of our spectacular planet (and my boots) during the #spacewalk yesterday with @Thom_astropic.twitter.com/mCMd7aSLha

— Shane Kimbrough (@astro_kimbrough) March 25, 2017 Read more…

More about European Space Agency, Space, Science, Space Station, and International Space Station

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