On Wednesday, the cosmonauts of the International Space Station (ISS) shone with orange light on the Earth's horizons. This is called the brightness of the upper layers of the atmosphere caused by orange radiation.
Atmospheric molecules arise from sunlight and ultraviolet rays. When atoms reach radiation, they move faster and release light in the event of a collision with each other. The result is bright above the Earth's horizons.
The photo is taken from Australia, and in the front is a part of the space station, and on the white background – orange, millions of stars and Earth's clouds.
These incredible researchers have been taught how the Earth's atmosphere works, that is, the interaction of space particles with the Earth's atmosphere from the Earth.