On Wednesday, one of the International Space Station astronauts took a picture showing a bright orange light that surrounds the horizon of the Earth. This orange light is called a greatness of the upper layer of the atmosphere caused by radiation.
This glow raises when the molecules in the atmosphere are weighed with sunlight and ultraviolet sunflower ultraviolet radiation. When atoms reach radiation, they begin to move faster, and when conflicting with each other, they release energy in light. The result shines above the horizon of the Earth.
The picture is taken over Australia and in front of it is part of the cosmic station, but in the background there is an orange glitter, millions of stars and clouds of the Earth.
This brightness allowed researchers to look at how Earth's atmosphere works, that is, when the particles that enter the space of & # 39; The Earth interacts with the atmosphere of the Earth.