Astronaut Christina Koch captured from ISS Bute Inlet of Canadian Rockies, Canada. SpaceX’s Dragon cargo ship is also in the image.

Credit: Christina Koch, NASA

Bute Inlet is one of the principal inlets of the British Columbia Coast. It is 80km long from the estuaries of the Homathko and Southgate Rivers at the head of the inlet, to the mouth, where it is nearly blocked by Stuart Island, and it averages about 4km in width. Bute Inlet is in a spectacular wilderness setting and is one of the most scenic waterways in the world. In the upper reaches of the inlet mountains rise 2,700m above sea level. In more recent years tourists are travelling from around the world to view grizzly bears in a natural setting and explore the wilderness of Bute Inlet.

The local scenery on the ground is as follows.

Credit: Wikipedia

Reference: Christina Koch’s Tweet
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