Vincent van Gogh was onto something when he visualized the landscape and the paradises pulled into taffy swirls of light. NASA astronaut Christina Koch shared her own artistic view of a stellar night with a composite image recorded from the International Spaceport Station.
” City lights, stars, lightning storms, even satellite flares. A composite of private images stacked on top of each other to reveal all the fantastic things we see in the evening out our window,” Koch tweeted on Wednesday.
Koch has a great deal of time to ponder the marvels of orbiting Earth.that will ultimately make her the record for the longest single spaceflight by a lady. She’s set up to go back to the world in February 2020 after 328 days in area.
We have actually seen some heart-stopping views from the ISS, consisting ofand , however Koch’s composite is a vibrant method to witness what the astronauts see. It records time, light and motion in a single image. Van Gogh would have liked it.
Initially released July 11, 8: 39 a.m. PT.