New Delhi: Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have been on the receiving end of much envy from space aficionados, who would do anything to be a part of NASA's space lab and experience the zero gravity environment for themselves.
The Cupola is one of the most popular places inside the International Space Station because of its seven windows, which is where the astronauts get to experience the most amazing views of planet Earth, click photographs and share them with the world.
The cupola is also the place the astronauts head to when they get some time off their work. After all, who wouldn't want to relax with the most amazing view in the world?
In a new 360-view video released by Russia's RT News, Russian cosmonaut Andrei Borisenko, who has already completed a month aboard the ISS as a part of Expedition 49, shows you around NASA's orbiting laboratory, while you take in the stunning views of the Earth.
Try going slightly toward your right when you see the Earth-view and you'll be able to come across a breath-taking aurora! Check out the video below!
(Video courtesy: RT)