Aurora Storm Spot in International Space
NASA astronaut Bob Hines photographed one of the most spectacular lights seen from space while in orbit.
The images provided by the NASA astronaut show a different angle of the special lights.
Bob "Farmer" Hines of the Crew-4 mission, who is currently stationed in space,
It depicts how the lights loom over the planet.
Hines described the aurora as "absolutely SPECTACULAR" earlier today, something that the general public does not usually see from a different angle.
The astronaut also considers the solar activities that contributed to the appearance of auroras on the planet.
According to Robert "Bob" Strangeway of Physics Today, auroras form due to the precipitation of energetic particles in the Earth's atmosphere.