On Wednesday, one in the international space station took a photo of orange light showing the light of space. The orange light is known as the highest layers of atmosphericity caused by radiation.
This glow increases when the atmospheric molecules are charged with sunlight and ultraviolet radiation from the sun. When the asteroids radiate, they start to move quickly, and when they collide with each other, the energy out into the lumen form. The earth looks glow on the horizon.
The photograph captures a Cosmic station, but the background has an orange snow, millions of stars and clouds of the earth.
This planet helped the planet to understand how earth's atmosphere works, as the particles that enters the Earth in Earth's atmosphere interact with the Earth's atmosphere.