Jaw-Dropping Aurora Captured by NASA from International Space Station

NASA Shares Stunning Image Of Aurora Taken From International Space Station

Stunning aurora image posted by NASA has garnered over 316,000 likes.

NASA, known for sharing captivating photos, recently posted an incredible picture of an aurora observed from the International Space Station. The stunning green aurora illuminated the skies over Utah in a mesmerizing display, as described in the caption.

“Cloudy with a chance of glow. An aurora dances in Earth’s atmosphere as the International Space Station (@ISS) soared 260 miles (418 km) above Utah during orbital nighttime. Auroras are brilliant ribbons of light weaving across Earth’s northern or southern polar regions,” NASA said in their post.

Take a look below:

NASA explained in the caption that auroras are caused by solar storms on the surface of the sun, resulting in a stunning atmospheric phenomenon. The image captures Earth’s surface below the aurora’s green haze, with the International Space Station visible in the right-hand corner of the image.

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Since being shared, NASA’s image has amassed over 316,000 likes and numerous reactions from social media users, who have marveled at the beauty of the aurora from space.

Comments from users include “amazing,” “beautiful,” “Our Home, Our Amazing Home!” and “The northern lights are so beautiful from up there,” highlighting the awe-inspiring impact of the image.


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