The United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced a new mission on Wednesday, Oct. 10. to the International Space Station plans to send four astronauts. Along with the same mission, all four astronauts aboard the station return to Earth.
Italian Samantha Cristoforetti, one of the astronauts who will return to Earth, became the agenda on social media with a video she shared today. Samantha as she revolves around the station the sight they see it included. With the video, we had the chance to see the moments when the station crossed the North Atlantic, Europe, North Africa and the Indian Ocean.
Video shared by the astronaut from the International Space Station:
In the video shared by the Italian astronaut, we embarked on the journey across the United Kingdom, passed France, saw Europe and stretched to the Indian Ocean. During this trip, we can clearly see the lights of metropolitan cities such as London, Paris, Rome and Naples.
In addition, as the station flies over the Mediterranean, Western part of Turkey, from the tip Also the lights of Istanbul and Cyprus we could see. The video managed to collect thousands of likes and comments in a short time.
So how do we see this view from the International Space Station?
International Space Station from Earth at an altitude of about 400 kilometers spins. Although the Earth cannot be seen from end to end at this altitude, we can observe a large part of the Earth.
Source: Web Tekno