A stunning time lapse, filmed by the International Space Station, shows Earth, stars, and even events such as thunderstorms and wild fires.
The timeout was created from a total of 400 images in 11 minutes. According to NASA, the ISS travels from Namibia to the Red Sea.
NASA astronaut Christina Koch, who tweets her experiences at the International Space Station and recently participated in the first space path for women, captures the images.
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The circular stripes of the image are stellar paths, while the thinner dotted lines with darker orange shades are fires burning through Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
To the north, thunderstorms can be seen covering much of central Africa.
According to NASA, one of the most striking features of the image is the star-shaped paths surrounding the background around a point in the upper left corner of the image.
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"This point is essentially normal (perpendicular) to the ISS orbital plane, directly outside the port side of the vehicle based on the space silhouettes," says the cosmic, Matthew Oswog of the ISS Flight Console at NASA's Johnson Space Center, in a speech.
The faint greenish-yellow trace of the upper atmosphere, which is visible above the horizon, is known as radiant radiance.