Take A Look At Montana In A Way You've Never Seen Before

I am a little bit of a space nerd, probably because I grew up wishing I was living in the world of Star Wars.

It also didn't help that my best friend, growing up, also loved space and even went on to be employed by NASA.

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Buzz Aldrian next to the flag on the moon

NASA Has A Website Full Of Pictures

I would wager good money that when it comes to seeing Montana, this is a whole new perspective for most of us.

The International Space Station, which is currently orbiting the earth just over 250 miles above us, has been taking pictures of the earth for decades.

They are all stored on a website called Gateway to Astronaut Photography, and it's got thousands of photos of Montana from space.

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The international space station orbits above earth

This Is What Montana Looks Like From 250 Miles Above Earth

While we are just going to focus on the photos that showcase Montana, you can look at photos of all sorts of famous landmarks and locations across the whole world.

Want to see the Eiffel Tower from space? Well, there are 16 of them to view.

So check out the gallery below and see if you can tell what you're looking at in the picture before we give you the answer in the description.

See These Pics Of The Treasure State Taken By Astronauts

These photos of Montana are taken from 250 miles above the Earth. All photos courtesy of NASA

Gallery Credit: Nick Northern

Learn More About The International Space Station

Initially constructed in 1998, the International Space Station (ISS) is approximately 250 miles above the earth's surface, traveling at 17,500 mph. The ISS orbits Earth every 90 minutes and completes around 15 orbits daily.

Gallery Credit: Ed Nice

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The old saying "Never judge a book by its cover" applies to this Illinois home.
From the outside, it looks like a beat-up spaceship but once you go inside you will be treated to fantastic and stunning views.

Gallery Credit: Big Joe Pesh / Zillow / Keller Williams ONEChicago

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