Ticket pic of the week: Better to fly over this thing than into it
What do you think this is?
Hint: It's space-related.
At first glance, we thought it was one of those spectacular gas clouds a million light years from Earth, captured by the amazing eye of Hubble Space Telescope.
This is actually a photo looking down from space.
Back at Earth.
Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli, perched in the International Space Station about 120 miles up, took this photo of a colossal lightning storm over Brazil. No wonder they call it the rain forest.
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Photo: Paolo Nespoli / NASA / ESA