International Space Station
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station are helping to document irrigation practices around the world and determine their effectiveness.
NASA photographer Joel Kowsky was able to capture this time-lapse photograph of the International Space Station (ISS) as it passed between the Earth and the Sun.
Known as red sprites and blue jets, these electrical storms shoot lightening up into space towards the outer edges of Earth's atmosphere instead of towards the surface of the Earth.
Even if you can’t reliably see the night sky, you can track the movement of the International Space Station with NASA’s Spot the Station interactive map.
Although not much is known about sprites or the factors that create them, scientists do know that sprites are created by neutrally charged cloud discharges.