Images taken of different celestial bodies in space causes many to awe in wonder. These striking pictures of the Moon shared along with a post by the International Space Station on Twitter perfectly illustrate that notion.
“The full Moon occurs once a month and is a spectacular sight viewed from 250 miles above Earth,” describes the caption of the post. Four breath-taking picture of a full moon can be seen in the post.
Take a look at the images:
The full Moon occurs once a month and is a spectacular sight viewed from 250 miles above Earth. pic.twitter.com/ebm8Rvd4NZ
— Intl. Space Station (@Space_Station) December 5, 2020
The post has garnered over 26,800 likes and more than 4,000 retweets. While some had several questions regarding the post, others were simply mesmerised by the beauty of the phenomenon.
Yes. Those and more lunar pics from the station can be found on our Flickr page here… https://t.co/kNbFvCEvaw
— Intl. Space Station (@Space_Station) December 6, 2020
The clarity you must get on that above the atmosphere, it must hit your eye like a big pizza pie.
Time for favourite Moon visualization : https://t.co/HjxlvNXmHV
— Joffan (@Joffan7) December 6, 2020