The 10 most funny and breathtaking pictures by the astronaut Scott Kelly

Did you know that the most AWESOME twitter account is managed from space? On March 27, Scott Kelly began a historic journey, he's part of the "Year in Space" mission which is helping NASA understand more about what issues astronauts might face on even longer missions to destinations such as Mars.

Sometimes, he takes selfies and other times flips the camera around for incredible views of Earth from the International Space Station.

Be a witness of his journey, and enjoy this compilation of the 10 most funny and breathtaking pictures that the astronaut has taken in this six months.

Pictures published on Twitter and Facebook by Scott Kelly:

"@FLOTUS Thank you. Made it! Moving into crew quarters on @space_station to begin my #yearinspace." 30 March.

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"Breakfast space taco with rehydrated eggs, sausage and hot sauce. Happy #CincoDeMayo from the International Space Station! #YearInSpace" 5 May.

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"Sunrise Monday Motivation. Good morning from the International Space Station! #YearInSpace" Day 82.

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"After a hard day of work, the moon sets, and so do I. Good night from the International Space Station." 6 May.

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"After two months alone, me and my little friend Wilson will soon have company on the US segment of the International Space Station. #YearInSpace" two months.

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"From the International Space Station looks like #TropicalStormBill is getting ready to make landfall in Texas. Be careful down there. #YearInSpace #txwx" 16 June.

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"#GoodMorning #Earth! Sometimes you appear as an island in space. #YearInSpace" 9 August.

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"Happy #WorldPhotographyDay! Traveling our world 250 mi above Earth at 17,500 mph is a visionary dream. #YearInSpace" 19 August.

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"Transformation Tuesday: Enjoying the fruits of labor today, literally. #YearInSpace" 25 August.

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"#EarthArt Its Greek name is Red Sea, and in Egypt it's Green Space, but to me it looks very blue. #YearInSpace" 4 September.

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And you, would you like to visit space?