Sergei Kud-Sverchkov shared an amazing 15-second video focusing on seven minutes of flight from the International Space Station. The photos show the glare of the Earth, the northern lights, and the sunrise as seen from the station.
“We will fly over the Pacific Ocean, cities in the United States and Canada, and then we will see the sunrise over the North Atlantic,” the author describes the path his followers took with him.
In these images they managed to surprise Internet users, because of the beautiful orange aura on the Earth that appears in the images is the glare of the planet itself, which is practically imperceptible from its surface, says the astronaut.
This phenomenon is the result of processes in the upper atmosphere. The specified green light is the ellipse of the northern lights and is seen as the space station approaches polar latitudes.
In the final seconds of the video, a light blue bar appears, which is the sunrise. In addition, many flying objects can be observed.
“Most likely these are satellites that have become visible due to the reflection of sunlight. Although I am sure ophthalmologists will immediately find another explanation for this,” Kud-Sverchkóv said, ending his comment with a smiling smile, according to information from RT.
These are the pictures:
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