Washington, July 9: We have many times NASA sharing pictures which are very unique in themselves. Likewise, these pictures shared by NASA from 250 miles above shows the earth view.
The above image taken from the gallery of the space station.
In the below image is "Eye of the Sahara," from an altitude of 255 miles, an Expedition 59 crewmember photographed the Richat Structure, or the "Eye of the Sahara," in northwestern Mauritania. The circular geologic feature is thought to be caused by an uplifted dome—geologists would classify it as a domed anticline—that has been eroded to expose the originally flat rock layers.