06/02/2015 01:35 EST | Actualisé 06/02/2015 01:37 EST

Quand une aurore boréale rencontre un lever de soleil (VIDÉO)

NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center/Flickr
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La station spatiale internationale a définitivement une vue spectaculaire de la Terre. Les astronautes postés sur place ont fait bien des jaloux en publiant sur le réseau social Vine une vidéo qui montre une aurore boréale et un lever de soleil simultanés.

"Il ne manque plus que des anges qui chantent", indiquait la station spatiale internationale dans la légende accompagnant la vidéo.


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