This is how snow-capped Himalayan mountains look from the International Space Station

The magnificent view captures the Himalayan mountains from space. Photo courtesy of: Instagram / NASA

The United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has unveiled an improved, long-running image of snow-covered Himalayan Mountains.

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The stunning photo was taken by a member of the crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS).

⁣ “The highest mountain range in the world, the Himalayas, is the result of 50 million years of collisions between the Indian and Eurasian tectonic plates,” NASA wrote in an instagram post.

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Deas “South of the range, or to the right of this view, is the fertile agricultural area of ​​northern India and Pakistan.⁣ To the north of the field, or to the left of the In this view, the Tibetan platform is more arable – the ‘top’ of the World ‘, “he said.

The image shows the bright city lights of New Delhi and Lahore ⁣below the fain orange airglow of the: atmospheric particles responding to solar radiation ”.