US astronaut, Shane Kimbro, commander of the NASA mission for the International Space Station, “SpaceX Crew-2”, posted an aerial photo of Egypt, through his Twitter account.
The picture, which appeared to be a painting, showed the Nile River branching from the delta triangle, along with the western and eastern deserts, as well as the Sinai Peninsula and the Red Sea. Read also NASA offers prizes to anyone who designs a lunar toilet Watch … NASA succeeds in collecting pebbles from above the “chocolate egg”A large celebration of a Palestinian youth who participated in the “NASA” mission to Mars Palestinian NASA engineer Luay Al-Basyouni reveals to Al-Jazeera Net the details of his participation in the Mars helicopter project
Tweeters expressed their admiration for that wonderful scene, stressing that the view of the water planet from space is completely different from looking at it from above its surface.
Tweeters pointed to the beauty of Egypt from space, stressing the importance of the Nile River, the lifeline in that country, especially after the problems recently raised about the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
It is worth noting that the mission of “SpaceX Crew-2” is focused on conducting some research, in addition to carrying out maintenance operations for the space station, throughout their stay of 6 months, as they will return no later than 21 October.