NASA shares stunning night view of earth captured on fish eye lens
Washington : NASA recently treated fans with a picture that will leave you pleased with the way earth looks at night from the space. Full of dreamy glitters and sparks, the picture is an example of how beautiful our planet is.
NASA shared the picture on the Instagram which was taken from through the wide fisheye lens. The picture was clicked on February 11, 2016 from the International Space Station.
NASA captioned the image, "…an Earth in crisis is still an Earth worth returning to." – @AstroDrewMorgan. This wide fisheye lens night view of the Earth was taken aboard the @iss on Feb 11, 2016. It’s a long exposure, so you can distinguish city lights, stars and atmospheric glow. Our planet still sparkles – just like you do. #sparkle #Earth #longexposure #nasa (sic)."
Recently, NASA had started a new challenge amid COVID-19 pandemic, “Honey I Shrunk the Payload”, for pursuing ideas on how to send small payloads on miniature Moon rover.
Throwing the challenge open for the world, NASA promised the winner a cash prize of $160,000 as claimed by the crowdsourcing platform HeroX, on which the project was launched.