Illuminated India in ISS astronaut's image clicked 20 days before Diwali celebrations
New Delhi : And it happens for one more time. People shared massively an image tweeted by ISS astronaut to show how India looked from space on the Diwali night, but the image has been found to be clicked nothing less than 20 days before the festival of light was celebrated in the country.
The picture shared by Paolo Nespoli shows Illuminated Indian subcontinent, but he did not mention the day he captured it.
The picture, captured by Nespoli, was originally clicked on September 29, 20 days before Diwali and uploaded on the astronaut’s Flickr account.
“Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights, starts today. #HappyDiwali to everyone! #VITAmission,” read the text accompanying the picture.
The picture has so far received 4.5K retweets and was liked nearly 7.5K times.
Twitter users were quick to identify the image and shared how the same picture was shared a couple of days back by the astronaut on the other social media account.
So, here we say the wait continues to see the actual image of India from space on Diwali night.