The International Space Station (ISS) often adorns the Internet with its stunning images of Earth as seen from space. The latest series of images, shared on the International Space Station’s official Twitter account, show the aurora borealis on Earth between city lights and stars.
The post states that the image was taken when the space station was orbiting at 51.6 degrees above the equator.
The station’s orbit takes an altitude of 51.6 degrees above the equator, providing stunning views of the Earth’s aurora in
Between city lights and twinkling stars, ”the ISS wrote while sharing photos online.
Have a look here:
The station’s orbit takes an altitude of 51.6 degrees above the equator, providing stunning views of the aurora borealis on Earth among the city lights and twinkling stars. https://t.co/gzNPCS8UMl pic.twitter.com/JEAwJI0LEX
– International Space Station (Space_Station) January 23, 2021
Check out some of the reactions here:
Sweet photos from the space station.
– Flyonwall (@ Alexand10168090) January 24, 2021
Wow, what a beautiful view of Earth. 👍👏.
LauryssenR January 23, 2021
When God draws this is what happens
Daniel M.M. (Chronoplasia) January 23, 2021
From your point of view, the future looks much better here
– dancer (@ dancer01802366) January 23, 2021
The most beautiful thing is to try it at least once in your life
– Septin Reza (Sibtainrazajami) January 24, 2021
Wow, what a wonderful job. What a beautiful picture!
– Louisa Mesquita 🪐 (@luisagmvieira) January 23, 2021
Breathtaking tbh beautiful 💖🌹💯
– jojozoey (@ jojozoey1) January 24, 2021
It’s so beautiful 💕 Thanks.
– Bauzi (@ bauzi20) January 23, 2021
This looks amazing !!
Crotty Goals – # HBWTo1B & # FlickerTo2B (krutilovesnjh) January 23, 2021
Snoopy (@TheSnoopySnoop) January 23, 2021
Nice and beautiful.
– USA aka. We are the people (SDEnyaRedRain) January 24, 2021
These pictures are incredible … I had to make the second image the header image so I could see it every day 😁
– Jordan Nims (@jordanjnimz) January 23, 2021
Recently, NASA released amazing photos of The northern and southern lights of JupiterWhich caused waves on the Internet.