Scott Kelly, the astronaut spending a year in space, tweeted a video of the Aurora Borealis like it has never been seen before.
The video shows the spectacular changing colors of the northern lights from outer space.
Kelly has been active on Twitter while he completes his 342-day science experiment aboard the International Space Station.
Recently, NASA introduced a new game called, Where Over the World is Astronaut Scott Kelly?
The rules of the game are simple: Kelly will tweet a photo and trivia question every Wednesday during his mission. The first person to reply to @StationCDRKelly with the hashtag @spacegeo and the correct answer. Each winner will receive the tweeted image signed by the astronaut when he returns to earth in March 2016.
Earlier in August, Kelly invited Twitter users to ask him any question. To the astronaut's surprise, the president of the United States tweeted at him: "Hey @StationCDRKelly, loving the photos. Do you ever look out the window and just freak out?"
Kelly will be the only American who has ever spent this much time in space. This experiment is also the first time that scientist will compare an astronaut's health while space-traveling compared to his identical twin, Mark Kelly, on Earth over the course of the next year, according to NBC News. The Kelly brothers are the first siblings to have both traveled to in space, a NASA bio read.
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