NASA released photos of Brazilian cities on Sunday (17) seen directly from the International Space Station, a scientific laboratory that has orbited Earth since 1988.

At night, the images show São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Curitiba. The recording shows millions of lights on as the station orbits each location.

According to a tweet from the official ISS account, the photos were taken on July 4 when the station was orbiting Earth at more than 262 miles (421 kilometers).

On the ISS Flickr page, it is still possible to see photos of the world from space, such as Seoul, South Korea, Tokyo, Japan and New York.

Source: Tec Mundo

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