We know that space is breathtaking and has many things that truly blow our minds. The space travel doesn’t get easily accessible for all of us, we’ll have to rely on such picturesque images to awe us.
Whether it is the planets in our solar system, the galaxies far, far away, or supernovas, it gives us some surprises.
Through their space telescopes, NASA shares some beautiful views from the space that shares on its Instagram.
Last week, NASA share the image of Jupiter. And today, NASA shared the image of the aurora lights and airglow, which was captured by an astronaut aboard the International Space Station in March.
The phenomenon was through the southern region of the Alaskan Peninsula.
What makes a more beautiful view? It’s about the early morning sky was entirely covered with a sky full of stars. And also, aurora and airglow take the breathtaking curve of the planet from the high vantage point, under the region of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada.
Through their Instagram account, NASA wrote, “Although Airglow and Aurora appear at similar altitudes, it was produced by different physical processes. Airglow is the emission of light from chemical interactions between oxygen, nitrogen, and other molecules in the upper atmosphere. And Auroras stem from interactions between solar energy and Earth’s magnetic field. So, it’s a different things”
To upon the breathtaking aurora lights, many people travel to icy northern regions in Switzerland or Canada, but nothing can truly beat the view from the International Space Station.