Reid Weisman is all smiles on solid ground (via NASA)
Reid Wiseman is all smiles on solid ground (via NASA)

Reid Wiseman’s Twitter account continues to transport us, but the man himself is back on solid ground after completing his mission at the International Space Station.

The Baltimore astronaut and Euro space counterpart, Alexander Gurst, landed in Kazakhstan around 11 p.m. ET Sunday night. After offering up so many gorgeous views, the final re-entry was a bit austere:

The #Soyuz carrying the #Exp41 trio lands with soft-landing engines firing to soften the impact.

— International Space Station (@Space_Station) November 10, 2014

NASA noted that the freezing conditions in Kazakhstan were likely a rude awakening for the space buds, who got used to temperatures in the mid-70s. Luckily, there was lots of bedding on-hand.

#Exp41 trio bundles up in freezing temps at Kazakhstan landing site after 165 days of living in 72° on #ISS.

— International Space Station (@Space_Station) November 10, 2014

We salute Wiseman for captivating us with gorgeous views of spacewalks, Earth and all the #Interstellar material in between from the International Space Station via his Twitter account. Before he landed, the Cockeysville native had one last stunning social media view. This one was so good that he decided to make it a Vine:

I have looked on in awe at our planet for 166 days. #Sunset final #Exp41 #SpaceVine #Timelapse

— Reid Wiseman (@astro_reid) November 9, 2014

Stephen Babcock is the editor of Baltimore and an editor-at-large of Baltimore Fishbowl.