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ISS Robot Arm & Southern Lights

ISS Robot Arm & Southern Lights

This spectacular view may look like the opening scene of a science fiction blockbuster but it is actually our own planet with one of the robot arms of the International Space Station. The breathtaking shot shows the Aurora Australis (Southern Lights) blazing in the background. It was captured by NASA astronaut Joe Acaba from the Station's Tranquility node, flying about 240 miles above the Earth. More at Mail Online.

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