NASA released images of Earth from a unique angle that might cause most people to stop and stare.
Rays from the sun were captured lighting up Earth’s atmosphere in a newly released image from the International Space Station.
The images were taken about 260 miles above the central United States, according to NASA.
On the far left of the images, some of the lights from Chicago can be seen, while outlined by Lake Michigan.
Image captured of the sun illuminating the Earth from the International Space Station. (NASA)
NASA also pointed out that on the far right are the city lights of the Dallas Fort Worth metropolitan area, emerging through some clouds.
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NASA astronaut Jasmin Moghbeli took the images at the International Space Station, as SWNS reported.
Earth's airglow outlines the planet's horizon with the moon above in this photograph from the International Space Station as it orbited 260 miles above the midwestern United States. (NASA)
The Nov. 10 photographs show the Earth and the moon off in the distance.
The images also show an aurora at the far right of the image, according to NASA.
The moon is pictured above Earth's horizon, as is its airglow and an aurora (at far right) in this photograph from the International Space Station. (NASA)
The U.S. Marine Corps test pilot picked out other jaw-dropping images during her mission to the International Space Station, according to SWNS.
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Brittany Kasko is a lifestyle production assistant with Fox News Digital.