The International Space Station (ISS) shared some spectacular photos of the Earth taken by astronauts stationed on it. In a new Instagram post, the International Space Station shared four different “Earth Colors” photos-“From the lights of the city to the hue of the orbiting sunrise” that captured our planet. It also added “photos taken from the space station, how vivid our planet is.”

So, what is the most amazing attraction in the latest photos taken from the space station? The first picture is of Mauritius and Reunion in the Indian Ocean at night. The sparkling lights mark their borders in the dark ocean.

In the second photo, we can see the flash of the sun passing over the Tasman Sea on the southeast coast of New South Wales, Australia.

The third is a stunning photo of Italy in the night sky and orbital dim light, while the fourth shows the stunning orbital sunrise colors of Far East Asia.

The International Space Station shared these photos with 7.6 million Instagram followers. So far, more than 257,000 people like this position.

A user with the username im_not_jeremyshaffer asked ISS to never “stop sharing these photos because they are always fascinating and give them a little relaxation from their daily lives”, while another user with jobbepilgaard thinks it must “Look down at such a country surrealistically.”

The third user jrenato also wants to know if the International Space Station has “pictures of the last lunar eclipse”.

In another article, the space station shared four photos of the lunar eclipse that occurred on Wednesday. The International Space Station captioned the photo: “The moon taken during the lunar eclipse on Wednesday was seen from the space station because it orbited the Earth 260 miles.”

The International Space Station is not only the home of astronauts, but also a science laboratory. Several countries cooperated in the construction and use of the space station. It consists of parts assembled by astronauts in space. NASA says the space station orbits the Earth at an average altitude of about 250 miles (402 kilometers).

NASA is using the International Space Station to learn more about life and work in space, and believes that these lessons will make it possible for people to go further into space than ever before.


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