02/05/2022 16:09 GMT+7
NASA shared images recording the interesting natural phenomenon of aurora borealis on Earth when viewed from the International Space Station ISS.
Space cameras have captured a spectacular display of the aurora borealis on Earth. Green, red, and pink light streaks seem to be dancing around the Earth when viewed from the International Space Station.
|Spectacular image of the aurora seen from the International Space Station ISS|
Aurora is one of the interesting astronomical phenomena that many people look forward to every year. This is a phenomenon formed by magnetic radiation, thereby forming colorful light streaks in the sky.
Auroras that occur in the Northern Hemisphere are known as the Northern Lights, which usually occur from late August to mid-April. In the Southern Hemisphere, this phenomenon is known as the aurora borealis.
The US space agency NASA said: “The converging party of lights creates beautiful auroras in the northern hemisphere. Auroras are one of many natural phenomena on Earth that have been carefully observed from the space station. international”.
|Beautiful photo of the aurora of the green Earth from the International Space Station|
The light bands are constantly moving and changing making them look like colored silks in the sky. This can be considered as one of the beautiful images of nature.
The images attracted a lot of attention after being shared on social networks. The photo received more than 14,000 likes and thousands of comments. “Perhaps the ISS is the best place to admire the lights from the North”, “Nature’s creation is so beautiful”, “The beautiful scenery is like hypnotizing the viewer” … netizens commented.
While the aurora takes many beautiful pictures, it also comes with radiation, posing a real danger to astronauts.
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