US National Parks from Space: 100 Years of Nature (Photos)

Grand Teton National Park


NASA astronaut Jeff Williams captured a series of images, assembled into this composite, during his Expedition 48 mission aboard the International Space Station. Sharing the image and a panorama video on social media, Williams wrote, "Wide view of the Grand Teton National Park. #FindYourPark #NPS100."

Glacier National Park


From low Earth orbit aboard the International Space Station, Jeff Williams of NASA photographed the northern Rockies and shared a composite image and video panorama to social media. Noting the centennial of the U.S. National Park Service, Williams wrote, "Northern Rockies, Canada and Montana, including @glaciernps #FindYourPark #NPS100"

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