ISS上的宇航员从地表上方捕捉惊人的瞬间
Astronauts Aboard ISS Capture Breathtaking Moments From Above Earth’s Surface
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2020-01-05 10:52
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ISS astronauts are known for capturing mid-blowing images while orbiting our planet, and this time is no exception as the public was welcome to enjoy numerous stars glittering above Earth's atmosphere. And not only that.

ISS宇航员以在绕地球飞行时捕获令人赞叹图像而闻名,这次也不例外,公众可以欣赏无数颗闪烁在地球大气层之上的恒星。而且不仅如此。

The ISS craft was making its way toward the direction of the Caspian Sea 260 miles above Earth when a NASA astronaut snapped a photo sporting among other things our planet's glowing bright green atmosphere.

国际空间站的飞船正朝着地球的里海上方260英里处运行时,美国宇航局的一名宇航员拍下了一张照片,照片中除了其他东西外,还展示了地球上明亮的绿色大气层。

“Stars glitter in the night sky above the Earth's atmospheric glow, as the International Space Station orbited 260 miles above the Earth as it was about to cross over the Caspian Sea", NASA's caption reads.

美国国家航空航天局的标题写道:“当国际空间站将要穿越里海时,它正在距地球260英里处,在地球大气层上方的夜空中,星星闪烁着光芒。”

Another no less fantastic shot zooms in on Earth's icy shorelines and frozen landscapes captured from 254 miles above Earth.

另一个同样神奇的镜头是从距离地球254英里处放大了捕获的冰冷海岸线和冰冻景观。

In a different photo, a full moon greets inquisitive viewers as it beautifully rises over Hudson Bay in northern Canada. The picture, taken shortly before the Christmas season, on 12 December, reveals what an incredible darkness falls on this part of the country during the winter months, with towns in Manitoba Province – between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans - enjoying overall just six to seven hours of sunlight each day through December.

在另一张照片中,满月在加拿大北部哈德逊湾上空升起,向好奇的观众予以问候。这张照片是在12月12日圣诞节即将来临之前拍摄的,揭示了冬季该国这一地区会迎来令人难以置信的黑暗,曼尼托巴省(位于大西洋和太平洋之间)的城镇总体上仅享受六到七小时的日光直到十二月。

“A bit farther north, the Sun will not rise above the horizon again until January", the space agency shared in a statement, adding that the said photo shows “just how little sunlight reaches northern Canada during a winter day".

航天局在一份声明中分享说:“向北偏远一点的地区,直到1月太阳才会再次升起地平线”,并补充说,上述照片显示出“在冬季,只有很少的阳光到达加拿大北部”。

A view in its own right is Hudson Bay, as it's shown in the NASA shots.

正如NASA拍摄的照片一样,哈德逊湾(Hudson Bay)本身就是一个美景。

“As seasonal temperatures dropped and the hours of sunlight decreased, fast ice attached to the western shores of Hudson Bay and began spreading further south", NASA stated, gong on to explain at lenth:

美国宇航局表示:“随着季节性温度下降和日照时间的减少,哈德逊湾的西海岸将快速结冰,并开始逐渐向南扩散。”

“Once frozen, Hudson Bay becomes a key habitat for migrating polar bears, which spend much of their time on the ice until it starts to melt again around June".

“一旦冻结,哈德逊湾便成为北极熊迁移的重要栖息地,北极熊将大部分时间都花在冰上,直到六月左右再次融化。”

❄️ Frozen Moonrise❄️ very cool pictures! 🆒Once frozen, Hudson Bay becomes a key habitat for polar bears, which spend much of their time on the ice until it starts to melt again .🐾 pic.twitter.com/LV5LIG4ZJJ

❄️霜月❄️非常酷的图片! 🆒一旦结冰,哈德逊湾便成为北极熊迁移的重要栖息地,北极熊将大部分时间都花在冰上,直到六月左右再次融化。.🐾 pic.twitter.com/LV5LIG4ZJJ

— Vanhomrigh Essa 💎 (@essa_vanhomrigh) December 30, 2019

-Vanhomrigh Essa💎(@essa_vanhomrigh) 2019年12月30日

One of the most curious shots captured by NASA's Christna Koch in May, who is scheduled to stay on the ISS together with colleague Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin, is a detailed image showing a view of the Earth transitioning from day into night.

NASA的克里斯蒂娜·科赫(Christna Koch)于五月拍摄的最奇特的照片之一,是与同事尼克·海格(Nick Hague)和俄罗斯宇航员阿列克谢·奥夫钦宁(Alexey Ovchinin)一起留在国际空间站的照片,其详细的图像显示了地球从白天到黑夜的转变过程。

The International Space Station hovers around 220 miles above the Earth and completes one trip around our planet every 92 minutes, according to NASA. The craft travels at an astonishing 17,200 miles per hour, which makes it possible for astronauts to be able to witness as many as 15 or 16 sunrises and sunsets every day.

根据NASA的说法,国际空间站徘徊在地球上方220英里处,每92分钟绕地球一周一次。该飞船以每小时17,200英里的惊人速度行驶,这使宇航员每天可以目睹多达15或16个日出和日落。

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