Mount Everest is the highest mountain on Earth but looks so small from space

Nothing is as big as….we can’t say anything particular after this statement. You will be agreed with us after looking the world’s highest mountains photographed from the space.

Mount Everest from space (Credit: Malenchenko/Russian Federal Space Agency)

This above picture is that of Mount Everest along with other ranges of Himalayas showing snowy dusts on the top.

Yuri Malenchenko, Russian cosmonaut, photographed the Mount Everest from the International Space Station (ISS) that is about 230 miles (370 kilometers) above Earth. He took the photograph on November 9 and NASA astronaut Ron Garan posted it on Twitter Dec. 8, writing, “I never got a good shot of Mt. #Everest #FromSpace.”

Malenchenko went to the station this July, and came back to Earth on November 18.

This photograph is really a cool stuff from the space as the astronauts have to maintain their tough schedules along with such photographs of the different locations of the Earth.

One of the commentators, Peter Caltner, point out, “The 2 cosmonauts shot 90 pix within 5 minutes fly-over. Almost no clouds .. perfect :)”