It’s probably a given that any photo from the International Space Station, however mundane, looks pretty spectacular. This picture, snapped from the space station late last month, is no different. Just past the dark blue solar panel is the snaking, glowing tendrils of Moscow, with dawn rapidly approaching the city and a slim, distant aurora. Just a quick look at a city unfamiliar to most of our readers, from the best seat in the house.
See the full image over at NASA.
- Everything looks better from the ISS
- Robotic resupply ship looks pretty fantastic
- The U.S. east coast, from space
- Moscow, time lapsed from ground level
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