French astronaut Thomas Piquet, who served on the International Space Station, shared the photos of the Sahara Desert he took from space.
French astronaut Thomas Piquet, who served on the International Space Station, shot from space Sahara He shared pictures of his desert.
French astronaut Thomas Piquet on the ISS social media He published photos of the Sahara Desert he took from space on his account.
“If there’s a stereotypical photo for astronauts in space, it’s the Richat formation, also known as the Eye of the Sahara. We’ve all taken a photo or two,” Pesquet said in a photo of the region known as the Eye of the Sahara.
Photos shared by Pesquet received hundreds of comments and appreciation.
WHAT IS THE EYE OF THE SAHRA?
The Eye of the Sahara, located in Vadane, Mauritania, is one of the most interesting geological formations on earth.
This formation, which was observed only from space, was previously thought to have emerged as a result of the meteorite falling.
But today, experts take an approach that is completely different from this view.
Source: Space Mag Turkey