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NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly’s stint at the International Space Station is finally drawing a close as he will return to Earth today. After almost a year in space, he will finally be back home and share his results and findings with his team. But the astronaut shared something wonderful throughout his journey by posting some splendid photographs from space. The astronaut who undoubtedly had the best window seat in the world regularly gave us a sneak peek of what it was to be like in space. From the first flower to bloom in space to how stunning India looked from all the way up, we got to see something unique every day. And so, as he makes his way back home, we cannot help but take a look back at some of these photographs Kelly took on his epic journey of a lifetime. Here are some new, old nevertheless awe-inspiring photos taken from space by Scott Kelly. Also Read - Terrifying Videos of Locust Attack Take Over Twitter; 'What's Wrong With You 2020', Ask Netizens

1. How south India looks from space.

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2. The first flowers to bloom in space.

3. A glimpse of Australia.

4. The beautiful Northern Lights.

5. Breathtaking view of Italy and the Alps.

#Italy and the #Alps last night were breathtaking! #YearInSpace #beautiful #earth #space #spacestation #iss

A photo posted by Scott Kelly (@stationcdrkelly) on Jan 26, 2016 at 8:08am PST

6. Another photo of south India.

Sandy and green on the South #Indian coast. #YearInSpace #sand #green #earth #earthart #space #spacestation #iss

A photo posted by Scott Kelly (@stationcdrkelly) on Jan 3, 2016 at 10:26am PST

7. The best window seat in the world!

8. The Milky Way.

9. Space walk! Do we say anything more?

10. He ends his journey with his last photo of the moon from space.

Thank you NASA and Scott Kelly for these photos that are literally out of this world!