Before the season came to an end, @thom_astro captured this timelapse of the aurora australis from the @iss and shared it on his social media channels saying: “We’ve been looking, but there’s nothing to see anymore in our aurora sweet spot (southwest of Australia, midway to Antarctica). Don’t worry, I still have a few to share. Don’t you just 💚 the way the light skips across Earth in this one as the solar arrays comes into view.”
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