This is an amazing picture taken by the good folk at the International Space Station (ISS) earlier in February. Moving at such a great speed, the ISS crew experiences a total of 16 Earth dawns every day, constantly catching up with the Earth time zones. The green and blue lights at the Earth horizon is the fantastic aurora borealis, the northern lights, which were especially active this February. Watch this and more photos of Earth from space at Flickr.
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