How 1-Year Space Mission Affected Astronaut Twin Scott Kelly: Early Results

Twin Nasa astronauts Mark and Scott Kelly are to put Einstein to the test in a pioneering study that could pave the way for humankind reaching Mars

The view from the International Space Station tweeted by Scott Kelly.

The view from astronaut Scott Kelly's new home 200 miles above Earth

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly is getting comfortable on the ISS, a satellite more than 200 miles above Earth where he will be spending the next year.

August 4, 2015: Concentrated waterflow carving the tip off an island. Image credit: NASA/Scott Kelly

51 Favourite Photos from Astronaut Scott Kelly's First Six Months in Space

Commander Scott Kelly has just completed 6 months (from the yearlong target) in space today. While his body is degrading thousands of miles away from us, he

Welcome Home, Scott Kelly. Now Let’s Go to Mars - http://www.wired.com/2016/03/welcome-home-scott-kelly-now-lets-go-mars/

Welcome Home, Scott Kelly. Now Let's Go to Mars

Welcome Home, Scott Kelly. Now Let’s Go to Mars

51 Favourite Photos from Astronaut Scott Kelly's First Six Months in Space April 27, 2015: “Sometimes Earth looks like another planet.” Image credit: NASA/Scott Kelly

51 Favourite Photos from Astronaut Scott Kelly's First Six Months in Space

Astronaut Scott Kelly is on his way to becoming the first American to travel on the world's longest spaceflight.

A view of Earth from the International Space Station. Scott Kelly

Astronaut Scott Kelly shares out-of-this-world views from space

The NASA astronaut is two-thirds of the way through a one-year mission on board the International Space Station

Astronaut Scott Kelly shares gorgeous images of our planet from his perch on the International Space Station.

Scott Kelly's postcards from space will make you fall in love with Earth all over again

2015 The Year Ahead Scott Kelly Time Magazine Cover. The Kelly brothers- one in orbit and one on Earth- will help us learn how humans change when they leave the planet.

Meet the Twins Unlocking the Secrets of Space

Time magazine features astronaut Scott Kelly in their The Year Ahead issue to highlight NASA's first ever mission to the International Space Station.

Commander Scott Kelly has just returned from his 340-day mission aboard the ISS. The record breaking mission has seen Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko spend almost a year in space, and scientists hope to gain an insight into what long stays in microgravity do to the body, with views on missions to Mars in the future.

Egypt colors of the Governorate of Wadi Al-Jadid, Egypt. By: NASA - Scott Kelly

Astronaut Scott Kelly on the devastating effects of a year in space : space

Astronaut Scott Kelly on the devastating effects of a year in space : space

After a year filled with space veggies, microgravity water ping pong, and gorilla invasions, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly is at long last coming home today. Yesterday, Kelly handed over command of...

Watch Scott Kelly return to Earth today after spending a year in space

On March the longest ISS mission is coming to an end. NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and Roscosmos cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko will make their journey back to.

51 Favourite Photos from Astronaut Scott Kelly's First Six Months in Space

51 Favourite Photos from Astronaut Scott Kelly's First Six Months in Space

On Tuesday evening, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly returned to Earth, concluding his extended mission on the International Space Station.

Athens, Greece - Commander Scott Kelly is halfway through his year in space today. While his body is slowly degrading into a mess of bulging eyeballs and atrophied muscles, his artistic sensibilities are being kept in shape with an endless array of gorgeous settings to photograph for our vicarious viewing pleasure.

51 Favourite Photos from Astronaut Scott Kelly's First Six Months in Space

Stunning Cosmic Snapshots Document Astronaut Scott Kelly's First Six Months in Space - My Modern Met

Scott Kelly spent nearly a year in space -- how was it? #Science #iNewsPhoto

Astronaut Scott Kelly is coming home

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly took some stunning photos during his yearlong mission aboard the International Space Station.

Neil DeGrasse Tyson Says Scott Kelly Aged More Slowly In Space, And He's Right

Here's Why Astronaut Scott Kelly Aged More Slowly In Space

After a year in space, Scott Kelly returns 2 inches taller

This blue frozen lake set against the rusty landscape Himalayan landscape, was taken by ISS astronaut Scott Kelly.Cool frozen lake in #Himalayas! #YearInSpace pic.twitter.com/Ly0XsrAH3n — Scott Kelly (@StationCDRKelly)

Cool frozen lake in Himalayas

This cool frozen lake colour is blue set against the rusty landscape Himalayan landscape. These images captures by NASA Astronaut Breathtaking images of a cool frozen lake. Cool frozen lake in Himalayas Captures by NASA Astronaut

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