A photographer from NASA named, Joel Kowsky has captured a few magical moments on Friday, which show a magnificent view of the International Space Station and the sun in the form of a bright orange background in the image.
The ISS appears to be a small shape, along with the solar arrays being visible on either side. In a statement given on Monday, NASA told that this complex image had been made up from seven different varieties of frames showing the International Space Station, along with a crew of seven on board, in the outline as it transfers from the sun at approximately 5 miles per second.
This was a particular extra transit since it last occurred while NASA astronaut named Shane Kimbrough and European Space Agency astronaut, named, Thomas Pesquet, was outdoors on a spacewalk to install a new rollout solar display range. The duo had already installed one of the most innovative arrays, which will complement the entire power supply for the station.