Thanks to the latest photos from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), social media users are being treated recently. NASA has shared some exquisite images of the earth, let us understand the natural system of the earth. The title says that these photos were taken by NASA astronauts from a vantage point on the International Space Station (ISS). When sharing these pictures on Instagram, NASA wrote that the pictures show the natural systems of land, water, ice and air are “connected” to enable life on Earth to survive. The title reads: “Whether we are on land or in space, we are all unified by this little blue planet-this is worth celebrating.”

The first photo in the series is Bombertoka Bay in Madagascar. Last April, NASA released a picture of the same bay. The title reads: “On the northwest coast of Madagascar, the salt water of the Mozambique Channel flows inland, and the fresh water of the Betsiboka River flows out to form the Mombertoka Bay… The sapphire water is full of pink, especially It is the dense and dense vegetation with a lot of sediments that adds rich green pigment to the landscape.”

Bombertoka Bay
Image credit: Instagram / NASA

The second picture is a picture of Richat Structure in Mauritania. The Richart structure is about 40 kilometers in diameter, and is one of the unique features of the Sahara Desert. It has been recognized and observed by astronauts in outer space for a long time.

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The Richter Structure of Mauritania
Image credit: Instagram / NASA

This is followed by an image of the South Florida Everglades. The Everglades is a natural area of ​​tropical wetlands, 20% of which are protected by the Everglades National Park. With its unique ecosystem, it has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site, International Biosphere Reserve and Internationally Important Wetland.

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South Florida Everglades
Image credit: Instagram / NASA

The last photo in the series is a photo of the frozen Dnieper River in Europe. The NASA blog post stated that this photo was taken from the International Space Station on February 9, 2017 by European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet. Regarding this photo, Thomas said: “The winter scenery on the International Space Station is also amazing: the river Kiev north of the International Space Station reminds me of Hokusai’s paintings.”

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Frozen wild Dnieper river in Europe
Image credit: Instagram / NASA

Instagram users were very impressed with these photos and left a message of thanks in the comment section. One user wrote: “NASA always tells the truth!”

Another comment read: “Amazing, stunning photos. Thank you for sharing, as a reminder to us… how beautiful the earth is.”

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