"When Your Best Friend Achieves His Lifetime Dream of Going to Space": NASA Astronaut in Space Station Publications Amazing Photo of a Colleague Exploded to Join It
- NASA shared an image of the Soyuz MS 15 spacecraft
- The image highlights a tail of smoke coming from a vessel as it leaves Earth
- The ship bears a friend of NASA astronauts, whom it applauded to achieve a dream  By Stacy Liberator on Dailymail.com
It's a friendship that is out of this world.
An astronaut at the International Space Station captured the moment of the jaw drop that Soyuz MS 15 spacecraft launched into space – and aboard was her best friend.
NASA flight engineer Christina Koch shared the photo on Twitter celebrating "what it looks like from @Space_Station when your best friend achieves his lifelong dream of going into space."  Scroll down for video
The astronaut at the International Space Station caught a moment to smoke jaw soars when the Soyuz MS 15 spacecraft launches into space – and on board the ship was her best friend
The image shows a Soyuz MS-15 spacecraft leaving Earth and heading for the International Space Station (ISS ).  The ship takes three people to the ISS: cosmonaut Roscosmos Oleg Skripochka, Khazaa Ali Almansoori of the United Arab Emirates, and Jessica Meir, NASA astronaut and Koch's best friend – the mission is named 61 Exx.
Koh and Meir met during astronaut training and did not reunite in space, where they will work together until February 2020.
"What does @Space_Station look like when your best friend achieves his dream?" to go into space all his life, "Koch writes
The interstellar show can be seen from the ground and some x Second shared image to enjoy the world
"took second stage underway! We can't wait to meet you aboard, the Soyuz 61!
Union crew successfully boarded the ISS at 3:42 PM EDT on the same day of the launch.
During the Expedition, 61 crew members will install new lithium-ion batteries for two of the station's energy channels through a series of space paths, according to NASA.
Later in the mission, space missions are planned to modernize and repair the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS), a key scientific instrument located outside the station to study dark matter and the origin of the universe.And the ISS mission hits its main stone.
When Koch leaves home, she will complete 355 days in space, which is the longest single space flight by a woman.
Koh ha s shared other stunning images of her space view in the past.
Earlier this year, a NASA astronaut shared a detailed depiction of Earth's transition from day to night.
Earlier this year, a NASA astronaut shared a detailed image of Earth Day-to-Night Transition
Koch shared the stunning Twitter image and states that the filter was not used
"Several times a year, the @Space_Station orbit happens to align with the shadow day / night line on Earth," Koch writes.
"We are constantly in sunlight; we never pass into the Earth a shadow of the Sun and the Earth below us is always at dawn or dusk.
"A great time to look at the cloud. #nofilter, "she added.
The International Space Station orbits about 220 miles above Earth and completes one voyage around our planet every 92 minutes, according to NASA.
WHAT IS THE INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL STATION?
The International Space Station ISS) is a $ 100 billion science and engineering lab that travels about 400 miles above Earth.
It is a permanent staff of astronauts and astronauts' rotating crews. November 2000
Surveys conducted of the ISS often require one or more of the ISS normal conditions present in low Earth orbit, such as low gravity or oxygen.
ISS studies have examined human studies, space medicine, life sciences, physical sciences, astronomy and meteorology.
The US Space Agency estimates NASA 3 milestones dollars (2.4 billion pounds) a year for the space station program, a level of funding approved by the administration and the Trump Congress.  The Committee on the US House of Representatives, which heads NASA, began to consider whether to extend the program beyond 2024.
Alternatively, the money could be used to accelerate planned human space initiatives to the moon and Mars.  It travels at an astonishing 17,200 miles per hour, allowing astronauts to see 15 or 16 sunrises and sunsets each day.
This amounts to tens of thousands of sunsets and sunrises, viewed annually. For example, retired American astronaut Scott Kelly observes 10,944 sunrises and sunsets during his year in space.