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Luca Parmitano greets the winter photographing the snow of the Alps from the international space Station
the ROME - The Moon greets you to a immense expanse of white, the arc of the Alps the jagged embroidery, huge tongues of ice in Canada: the snow is the protagonist of the winter landscapes that the astronaut, Luca Parmitano a photographer from the International Space Station. "The Moon rises above a world covered in snow," writes astronaut of the European Space Agency (Esa) by posting on Twitter a photo of the full Moon on a dark sky that is the backdrop to a landscape a bluish. AstroLuca he then immortalised the Alps with a panoramic photo that covers a large part of Italy, and then with a zoom on the glaciers. The snows of Canada is also dedicated to the photos depicting the Canadarm, the robotic arm of the Space Station built by the canadian space agency Csa. The photo that has required the most patience is the one that shows the noctilucent clouds. This is the name of the clouds that form about 80 km altitude for condensation of the particles of ice that are derived from the debris of meteors, which reflect the Sun's light like microscopic mirrors create spectacular blue reflections. "I waited patiently for the clouds mesosferiche did their transient appearance in the upper layers of the sky. And I have not been at all disappointed by their ethereal, shimmering beauty," he wrote AstroLuca.
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