Turns Out Australia Looks Like A Bunch Of Blood Vessels From Outer Space

We’ve told ya’ll about our fave astro-‘Grammer, NASA astronaut Scott Kellya few times before

ICYMI, he’s on the Year Long Mission, which obvi means he’s basically travelling in the ISS (International Space Station) for a whole year, testing how long-term spaceflight affects health, and snappin’ pics from space erryday. He even sent a love-tweet to us before:

His newest photos are something that will either delight your sense of mystery, or send you into a cataclysmically devastating epiphany that you are insignificant in comparison to how huge space is. FUN!

AND THIS IS HIS SWEET DIGS, that he (somehow?) posted a photo of a few hours ago:

Day 200. Sometimes a little light makes all the difference. #GoodNight from @ISS! #YearInSpace

A photo posted by Scott Kelly (@stationcdrkelly) on

You can see more of Scott’s photos on his Instagram account, and his Twitter page.
Now, if anyone would like to join us, we’ll be at the pub wistfully thinking about whether we matter in the grand scheme of things, and discussing why zoomed-in photos of Earth look like blood vessels and cells and shit. 
via Instagram.