Astronauts orbiting the International Space Station witnessed the awesome sight of a raging lighting storm on earth.
This timelapse was made from 49 images taken 400 km above Earth by an astronaut travelling at 28,800 km per hour.
The European Space Agency's Nightpod camera made it possible to capture near perfect, crystal-clear images.
They were taken back in 2012, but have only just been released by ESA.
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Artist Damien Hirst has shared his delight at hearing the Beagle 2 has been found and said he "can't believe" that the painting he had on board the missing spacecraft is now residing on Mars.
Hirst tweeted: "I have a painting on Mars! It's amazing!"
@hirst_official: "This is fantastic news! I can't believe Beagle 2 has been out there all this time and I have a painting on Mars!"
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