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Over the weekend, NASA shared a stunning timelapse of Hague's view from the International Space Station. The video condensed 30 minutes of orbit around the Earth, going from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean. 2545 miles above Earth.
"Took a moment to capture the beauty of our planet today." I was awestruck as I watched the wispy clouds disappear into the shadows, " Hague tweeted.
Hague opened to the space station on March 14 and will return to Earth in October.
Recently, Hague had a chance to speak to his son.
"We were violently shaken side to ripped back into our seats as the launch escape system ripped away from the rocket, "Hague described. Vision is blurry I hear the alarm sounding and seeing the light where the engine has had an emergency I have the vivid realization we are not making it to orbit today
Together, the space station crew members have been conducting experiments including biology, biotechnology, physical science and earth science in the microgravity lab.