These high-altitude noctilucent clouds, also known as night shining clouds, form between 47 to 53 miles above the Earth’s surface. When the sun is below the horizon and the ground is in darkness, these high altitude clouds may still be illuminated – lending the night shining qualities.
Image captured by astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS).
Image is printed edge to edge, directly on metal with a rich luster finish
Corners are slightly rounded
Hardware for easy hanging included
Size: 11" x 14"
Museum-quality eye-catching modern acrylic print.
0.22" thick optically clear acrylic producing brilliant color