The International Space Station captured the shadow of a solar eclipse

The International Space Station captured the shadow of a solar eclipse

The International Space Station captured the image when it was orbiting over Kazakhstan and was heading towards China . The International Space Station was hovering over Kazakhstan when its high-definition external camera captured the shadow of the solar eclipse .

What looks like land is actually a dust cloud from the Sahara desert that has flown over the Atlantic Ocean approaching the Caribbean Sea . The International Space Station was orbiting over China when this image of the solar eclipse following part of the Asian continent was captured by an external high-definition camera. In the following shot is the replenishment of Russia’s Progress 74 .