NASA astronaut Jeff Williams captured an incredible photo of the full moon just above the horizon as the sun set from the International Space Station Tuesday.
The new image shows thunderstorms above China illuminated by the angled light of Earth’s closest star as it starts to dip below the horizons.
SEE ALSO: See what it’s like to be an astronaut through Snapchat
“A spectacular rise of the full moon just before sunset while flying over western China,” Williams wrote on Twitter. This full moon — known as the “strawberry moon” — actually fell on the summer solstice for the first time in 67 years, according to NASA. Astronaut in space snaps dramatic photo of the full moon caught in a sunset
thumbnail courtesy of mashable.com