Southern Lights

The Daily Mail has a spectacular NASA photo taken from the International Space Stationof Southern Lights 350km over over the Indian Ocean.

The Southern Lights

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5 Responses to Southern Lights

  1. Konichiwa says:

    Absolutely awesome! I hope to see the northern lights up from Canada or Alaska one day. I wonder if there are differences between the northern and southern lights.

  2. wanda says:

    Wow. The heavens are telling the glory of God. What is man that you are mindful of him?

  3. B.C.M. says:

    Humans never went to space we’ve never set foot on the moon it’s all a government conspiracy to steal your tax dollars and funnel them into the military big corporations and everything horrible!
    THE GOVERNMENT IS BEAMING COMMUNICATIONS INTO MY HEAD!

    But seriously folks… This is one of the most fantastic photos I have ever seen in my entire life. I often wish I could have been an astronaut.

  4. The Cobbler says:

    Holy schmoley that looks fiery. That’s solar wind hitting the outer layer of our atmosphere, right? Man, the things reality does are _still_ leaving science fiction in the dust — even in the special effects department.