The International Space Station (ISS) often grabs the Internet with its stunning images of the Earth as seen from space. Shared on the official Twitter handle of the ISS, the latest series of photographs show the city lights and the aurora of the earth amidst the stars.
The post states that the picture was taken when the space station was orbiting 51.6 ° above the equator.
“The station’s orbit takes it up to 51.6 ° above the equator, offering awe-inspiring views across the Earth’s Anora.
Between city lights and twinkling stars, ”the ISS wrote, sharing the pictures online.
Take a look here:
The station’s orbit makes it 51.6 degrees above the equator offering astounding views of the aurora of the Earth amidst city lights and twinkling stars. https://t.co/gzNPCS8UMl pic.twitter.com/JEAwJI0LEX
– International Space Station (@Space_Station) January 23, 2021
Here’s a look at some of the responses:
Cute photos from the space station.
– Flynnwall (@ Alexand 10168090) January 24, 2021
What a beautiful view of the earth. 4
– Lorissen Rita (@LauryssenR) January 23, 2021
This is what happens when God paints
– Daniel MM (@chronoplasia) January 23, 2021
From your perspective, the future is better than here
– Dancer (@ Dancer01802366) January 23, 2021
The most beautiful thing to experience at least once in a lifetime
– Sibtain Raza (@Sibtainrazajami) January 24, 2021
Wow, what a great job. What a beautiful picture!
– Louisa Mesquita qu (@luisagmvieira) January 23, 2021
Breathtaking, tbh pretty t
– JoJoy (@jojoJoy1) January 24, 2021
It is so beautiful 💕 Thank you.
– Bauzi (@ bauzi20) January 23, 2021
It looks fantastic !!
– Objects of the work – # HBWTo1B and # FlickerTo2B (@krutilovesjh) January 23, 2021
– Snoopy (@TheSnoopySnoop) January 23, 2021
Amazing and beautiful.
– United States alias. We (@SDEnyaRedRain) January 24, 2021
These photos are incredible… I had to make another picture of my header so that I could see it every day.
– Jordan Nimz (@jordanjnimz) January 23, 2021
Recently, NASA released stunning images of the northern and southern auroras of Jupiter, which created waves on the Internet.