NASA shares amazing and stunning images planet Earth from International Space Station. The images of our planet are just beautiful and even you feel so after watching them. So, here are the 10 Stunning Images of Earth from International Space Station.
10 Stunning Images of Earth from International Space Station
1. Lake Chad, and Saharan dust plume
The picture shows the landscapes of Sahara and also the wetter semi-arid tropical woodland known as the Sahel.
2. Volcanoes, Vog, and Vortices, Hawaii
You can see Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano clearly visible in the picture. Also, the long swirls of volcanic gases coming out of the mountain can be seen very clearly.
3. Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, northern Colombia
This is the early morning image of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in northern Colombia. The highest of them named after Christopher Columbus can be seen in the picture. It lies 10 degrees north of the equator.
4. Scandinavia at Night
The picture and the click are just amazing of the Scandinavia at Night. Also, the snow in Norway illuminated under a full moon looks amazing.
5. Good Air and Brown Water, Argentina
The Parana River in South America pours brown muddy water into the river plate. It is second largest river after Amazon.
6. Rivers and Snow in the Himalayas, China, and India.
The beautiful Himalaya range near the India China Border looks simply beautiful.
7. Laguna Colorada, Bolivia
The beautiful and brightly colored of Laguna Colorada can be seen as a part of the Bolivian Andes Mountains.
8. Adele Island, northwest Australia
A small island with multiple concentric zones around it named Adele Island can be very easy from the International Space Station. It is located on Australia’s north coast.
9. Salt Ponds, Western Australia
Coastal lagoons with numerous rounded islands are typical of the Indian Ocean coastline of Western Australia looks simply amazing.
10. Shaping Cape Cod, Massachusetts
The picture shows the 8.5 miles of its 65 miles. The Cape Cod has been established by the glaciers approximately 20,000 years ago.