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Twitpics From Space!! Twitpics From Space!!

That picture? It's San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge -- as seen from space. Note the shadow.

Astronaut Souichi Noguchiis Twitpic-ing his way in orbit, sharing his photos on one of them there social-media things.

He's also Twittering non-picture stuff, although to be honest "De-gassing of the portable water bags are complete. Now, on to the treadmill!" is not really thrilling stuff.

Noguchi is a Japanese astronaut and is up on the International Space Station until May, so it's not like he's got anything better to do.

Here's a shot of Port-au-Prince, three weeks after the earthquake.


Noguchi doesn't seem to have taken any shots of Houston yet. Still, it might make sense to wave, just in case, whenever the ISS

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