Every year, on Diwali, we come across a lot of fake pictures of India as seen from space. Most of the time people claim that these images were shared by NASA.
This time NASA wished Happy Diwali with an image that’s perfect for the fesitval of lights.
✨ Happy #Diwali to all who celebrate! This stellar festival of lights, called a globular cluster, was captured by @NASAHubble. It contains a densely-packed collection of colorful stars close to the heart of the Milky Way: https://t.co/0JGYRhvl4x pic.twitter.com/g4MLMxNkkK— NASA (@NASA) November 4, 2021
It’s a photo of a densely packed, roughly spherical collection of stars, that lies close to the center of the Milky Way. It was apparently captured by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope.
Netizens were enchanted by the beauty of the stars and some even requested NASA to share pics of lit up India on Diwali.
India ki photo bhejo yaar jaldi— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) November 5, 2021
I wonder what could be camer settings while shooting this beauty 😍😍 https://t.co/xw5SQGBpvJ— new.monkk (@new_monkk) November 6, 2021
The everlasting celebration of Diwali by universe. https://t.co/nPmGYij2RA— Imtiyaz Hussain (@hussain_imtiyaz) November 5, 2021
Eternal and Magnificent: The Universe’s own fireworks display. https://t.co/pj0CG5J8FM— Gopal Srinivasan (@GopalSri) November 5, 2021
Finally! Not a Fake WA forward anymore! https://t.co/WWbiCQjc7u— சுமக்காத ராமன் (@CarryingRaman) November 5, 2021
Finally, they’ve put an end to all those fake WhatsApp forwards. What a relief and beauty.