New Delhi: Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have treated followers and space enthusiasts with spectacular views of planet Earth, through social media.
Providing an insight into how our home planet looks from high above, as well as how things work in a zero gravity environment, the astronauts have given us a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience space activities like never before.
American astronaut Jeff Williams, currently residing in the ISS as a part of the Expedition 47 crew, has once again tweeted a stunning image of Northwest Africa's Richat structure from space.
He called it a 'Bull's Eye' and befittingly so, because it actually looks like a giant one!
Check out Jeff Williams' entire post below!
“Bulls Eye” in northwest Africa, Richat Structure. pic.twitter.com/OYqmdtevYS
— Jeff Williams (@Astro_Jeff) June 30, 2016
Other members of Jeff Williams' crew aboard the ISS consist of Oleg Skripochka and Alexey Ovchinin of Russian Roscosmos, who are also part of Expedition 47.