Well, we all know that on Earth there is night in some places while it’s a day on some other place at a given point of time. However, have we ever seen the boundary separating this day and night? The answer would be ‘no’ right? But now we can as an astronaut from the Space agency NASA has shared that picture.
Astronaut Robert L Behnken, nicknamed Bob, who is currently aboard the International Space Station has shared those pictures. Bob shared the pictures with a caption “My favorite views of our planet that capture the boundary between night and day“. Ever since he shared the pictures they went viral on social media creating a buzz.
Last week Bob’s colleague Doug Hurley also shared a stunning picture of Earth from outer space. Hurley shared a view of a huge Sahara dust plume spreading over the Atlantic Ocean.
The pictures by Bob also attracted many responses from the netizens. Here are some of them:
Unbelievable?? Day Meets Night ?☀️✨ pic.twitter.com/wPNwqZzjqc— venus ?♀️ (@venus47203379) June 29, 2020
Flat earthers have left the chat @FlatEarthOrg ????— TechSupport? (@Shanu__irshad) June 29, 2020
But…But ….The earth is flat? pic.twitter.com/cMEkrrUqzO— LogicIndia (@india_logic) June 29, 2020
Is that a bullet hole(white spot) in the left solar panel due to space debris?? Please reply and explain.✌️?— Arky Wilson (@arky_wilson) June 29, 2020