How does the ice on Earth look like from space?

Every person on the planet finds the view of the ‘blue planet’ from space to be enthralling. From the International Space Station, which orbits the Earth, such views are common. Matthias Maurer, a German astronaut on the International Space Station, recently shared incredible photos of the’snow-covered world’ on Instagram. These images are truly mesmerising and can catch anyone off guard.

‘Good morning world, how beautiful the day begins when you look out the window and see the snow-covered world from above,’ he wrote in the caption that accompanied the photos. ‘I was looking at this snowy view over Vancouver and Seattle on a morning land pass over North America,’ he wrote. At sunrise, the Columbia River and the Rocky Mountains between Idaho and Montana looked particularly appealing.

People are taken aback when they see the photos.

He just posted these photos a few days ago. Since it was posted, it has received over 2500 likes. When they see the photos, social media users are taken aback and respond in a variety of ways. ‘Thank you Matthias for the beautiful pictures,’ one user wrote. ‘Be careful.’ ‘Really amazing,’ wrote another user. Previously, astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) shared some timelapses that were one-of-a-kind.

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