New Delhi: A breathtaking video of the Sun’s rays glinting off of the Pacific Ocean waters as seen from outer space was captured by the International Space Station. The clip makes for a mesmerising watch and has already gone viral, watch video here.
The one-minute long video has been uploaded on social media by Wonder of Science, is a timelapse created using photographs taken from the International Space Station, courtesy of the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, NASA Johnson Space Center, it says in the tweet.
A breathtaking view of the Sun’s reflection on the Pacific Ocean seen from space. pic.twitter.com/obaDq8PFhH
— Wonder of Science (@wonderofscience) September 2, 2021
This time-lapse video shows the suns’s refection glinting off the waters. It is shadowed by a line of cumulonimbus clouds. The ISS orbited over the International Date Line nearly 253 miles above the Earth’s surface when the images were captured and put together for a time lapse video.
The video has already been watched over 209K times.