NASA astronaut shares stunning timelapse of Earth's lights

- The view of Earth from the International Space Station is simply spectacular.

In the days leading up to the supermoon on Sunday, the lights seen on Earth became more visible. NASA Astronaut Randy Bresnik captured a breathtaking view of Earth from his favorite window on the International Space Station. 

The timelapse was posted on his Facebook page showing the stunning lights over Africa and the Mediterranean.

The post read, “Wow! A moon so bright you can see the colors and features across Africa. The lights of the Mediterranean give a powerful ending to this #timelapse, taken on a moonlit night from our favorite window on the International Space Station.”

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