Astronaut took a photo of the strongest aurora

Astronaut took a photo of the strongest aurora

Photo: NASA

A photo of the aurora was taken from the ISS

The ISS flew right over the center of the ring of auroras and the astronauts observed the waves and pulsations of this natural phenomenon.

ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet of France took a photo of powerful auroras from space. He reported this in Twitt is.

“We observed the strongest auroras in the entire mission over North America and Canada,” the astronaut wrote.

Peske added that astronauts on the ISS flew directly over the center of the auroral ring and observed the waves and pulsations of this natural phenomenon.

Photo of the aurora taken from the ISS boron. Photo: Thomas Pesce

Earlier it was reported that Thomas Pesce from the ISS was able to capture one of the highest quality images of the aurora borealis.

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