An astronaut has filmed wonderful footage of dozens of lightning strikes hitting the Earth from his uncommon view onboard the International Space Station.
Randy Bresnik captured the scene throughout China, Korea and Japan from what he calls “our favourite window” on the ISS.
The unbelievable time-laspe video taken at night time presentations the “Spectacle of lightning strikes followed by alluring city lights and fishing boats around the Sea of Japan”.
It isn’t the first time Randy, who has been in house since July, has posted pictures and video from on board.
Just a couple of days in the past he tweeted a photograph of his Thanksgiving dinner inside of the ISS, or even posted a photograph from house to pray his daughter glad birthday.
But it’s the outdoor photographs which get the maximum consideration.
His distinctive view of Hurricane Imra again in September confirmed simply what number of people can be hit via the devastating hurricane.
He tweeted: “Tonight, far too many people in #Irma âs path and in its wake.”