An astronaut aboard the International Space Station has captured an impressive snap of the Aurora Australis, while the orbiting outpost was over the Southern Indian Ocean at an altitude of 350km: The Aurora Australis seen from the ISS. Pic: NASA NASA explains: "This striking aurora image was taken during a geomagnetic storm …
that's quite nice really...
It really is that hard, but the results kick arse.
The aliens are attacking with their green energy beams of death!
But it does look rather nice!
Jolly Green Giant fart.
Oh no, it's that energy band thing from Star Trek Generations! Crap, now we're going to have William Shatner acting at us!
NASA photography makes for excellent desktop wallpapers. I shall be grabbing this for my netbook tonight!
Look what the solar flare is doing to the atmosphere...
I would not want to be up there in a little metal box with that kind of energy floating about.
That's a new desktop wallpaper for me then :)
nope, you're all wrong
That's amanfrommars returning after a quick trip home, having drinking a few too many Pan Galactic Gargle Blasters.
"Welcome back, good sir. Now, might I see your license, vehicle registration, and proof of insurance please?"
[facepalm] Sorry. "Having *drunk* a few too many." That's what I get for not proof-reading. [/facepalm]
Especially considering none of my half-dozen space sites have this. Good catch, guys!
That looks quite a bit like the Lifestream in FFVII.
I, for one, welcome our Meteor-materia wielding overlords.
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