National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) astronaut Josh Cassada viewed the Earth from the International Space Station. The frame shared by Cassada, who took a picture of the world from a magnificent angle, was viewed by more than 3 million people on Twitter and received thousands of likes.
Crews on the International Space Station (ISS) are located 400 kilometers from the earth and the spaceport makes 12 tours around the Earth every day. In this way, astronauts and cosmonauts working on the space station have the opportunity to see our planet from an angle that we do not see.
Space teams, who can observe the seas, the lights of buildings and land parts on Earth, from time to time publish the breathtaking frames they take on social media networks.
This frame shared by NASA astronaut Josh Cassada on Twitter became one of the most spectacular images of Earth taken from space. In the photo (above) the round shape of the earth and the blue-green colors are clearly visible. Moreover, the Northern Lights accompanied this breathtaking square as if they were dancing, creating a visual feast. However, the photo also shows the space station's solar panels.
In another tweet, Cassada posted another view of the Earth he took while orbiting the Earth (below).