Aurora Borealis Seen From a Space Station

Horizon

Flying during an altitude of about 240 miles over a eastern North Atlantic, a Expedition 30 organisation aboard a International Space Station photographed this night scene. This perspective looks northeastward. Center indicate coordinates are 46.8 degrees north embodiment and 14.3 degrees west longitude. The night lights of a cities of Ireland, in a foreground, and a United Kingdom, in a behind and to a right, are contrasted by a splendid morning in a background. The greens and purples of a Aurora Borealis are seen along a rest of a horizon.

This picture was taken on Mar 28, 2012.

Image Credit: NASA