The images of space leave more than one behind because it allows them to get closer to the mysteries of the universe, although the images of our planet are still quite striking, as one of the last images of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (POT for its acronym in English).
Through its Twitter account, the North American organization has shared an image of how much of Mexico from space, specifically from the International Space Station (ISS).
The photograph was taken with a short-focus camera by an Expedition 62 astronaut.
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According to information from the POT the view encompasses most of the country’s mountain ranges and coasts, although details such as cities and volcanoes are not easily distinguished.
However, in the image both the location of volcanoes and the Popocatepetl and the Pico de Orizaba, as well as the stain of Mexico City.
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Another aspect that can also be seen in the image is the Sierra Madre del Sur that takes the view to the Colima volcano.
A visible detail that the North American body emphasized is that the climatic zones are in the image, appreciating the southern coast facing the Gulf of Mexico, the forests and coastal plains.
The photograph shared by NASA in its space in Spanish has more than 2.2 thousand retweets and more than 5.6 thousand likes.
– NASA in Spanish (@NASA_es) May 8, 2020