The Northern Lights Are Even Better Seen From The ISS

The Northern Lights Are Even Better Seen From The ISS

If the aurora happens in space, you probably can't call it the Northern Lights. But, names aside, this shot of an aurora (and the ISS bathed in moonlight) sure is pretty.

The picture was taken by ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti a few nights ago. Cristoforetti is on the ISS for six months as part of Expedition 43, and she's taking the time to populate Flickr with as many great photos as us poor earthlings can handle.

Picture: ESA/NASA

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