Koichi Wakata, an engineer and a member of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, has recently started to tweet a series of Earth-inspired haiku from his Twitter account. Accompanied by photos, it's an opportunity to read compelling poems from an extraordinary perspective.
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Does that also make him the first flight engineer and Japanese commander to tweet haiku from the ISS?
#Spacehaiku : The blue thin atmosphere and the darkness of space decorating the rising moon Tweet your #haiku! pic.twitter.com/nz6P8HUEQc
— Koichi Wakata (@Astro_Wakata) January 25, 2014
#Spacehaiku At dawn in January Faintly appear Noctilucent clouds Tweet your #haiku! pic.twitter.com/duXXkNJy1T
— Koichi Wakata (@Astro_Wakata) January 19, 2014
Space #haiku Shadows of winter clouds run over the ocean just before sunset Tweet your haiku! pic.twitter.com/7ylka2VIwe
— Koichi Wakata (@Astro_Wakata) January 9, 2014