What India looks like from 400 km above space, watch an interesting video taken from the space station

The International Space Station (ISS) is also called the second home of astronauts. This station, which flies about 400 kilometers above the earth’s surface, is a joint project of many countries. This also includes Russia and the United States. A team of scientists is always stationed on the International Space Station and carry out their missions there along with the smooth running of the ISS. The International Space Station orbits the Earth at a speed of about 7.6 kilometers per second. During this, he passes through countries all over the world. The ISS recently flew over India. His video has been shared by the American Space Agency.

The International Space Station reportedly traveled over Mumbai and Bangalore. NASA has released a video of the space station. In this one, he is seen entering the skies of India passing over the northwest coast near the Pakistani border.

ISS cameras are seen capturing Indian Territory. It is said that during the flyby, the International Space Station passed many areas of Maharashtra, including several cities including Satara, Sangli and Pune. It is said that this overflight will be on December 22. In the video you can see that the weather is clear and the Indian subcontinent is quite visible on the cameras.

It was said from the ISS Above Twitter account that the sky over India is clear. SE moves through Pakistan passing through Mumbai and Bangalore and many other cities. NASA also shared a map of the cities the space station passed through. It should be noted that the Space Station (ISS) revolves around the Earth at a speed of 7.6 kilometers per second. To make it easier to understand, the space station orbits the Earth 16 times a day, which means there are 16 sunrises and sunsets in front of the astronauts who live there.

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