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!

    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.