A Royal Navy Captain made his 3rd and final exploration here. He nicknamed it and its relatives after 1st Lord of the Admiralty who sponsored his voyages here, also the namesake of a food item I look forward to on my return to Earth. Name it!
The odds of a snowball’s chance here are pretty good. Human survival on this perennial ice-covered land, not so much. Name it! #spacegeo
1986 days ago via site
#spacegeo round 6 answer: North Korea. The illuminated coastline is the border between South and North Korea. North Korea is the black sea. The island of electricity is the capital of Pyongyang. The gap between the haves and have-nots is pretty telling from this vantage point at night.
1987 days ago via site
Pulled out the holiday decor this weekend. Decked the halls on #ISS. Fa la la la la, la la la la
1989 days ago via site
It is not the night when the lights went out in Georgia. But an island of electricity in this country clearly becomes visible at night. Name it!
1992 days ago via site
Aurora forecast this week: Light chance of visibility to view northern light show from Earth. Excellent chance from space, however.
1993 days ago via site
In terms of expeditions, this land area marks the true test of endurance. Name it! #spacegeo
1995 days ago via site
The ratio of people living in this city on Earth (according to the latest Census count) and people living in space now (according to my own count) is 8.4 million to 3. Name it!