NASA's rare cloud-free photo of the West of Ireland will floor you, tbqh
It's not often that you'll hear the words "cloud-free" and "West of Ireland" being spoken in the same sentence.
It's even less often that you see NASA taking a photo of such a phenomenon and sharing it on their Twitter page.
They have done though... and it's really something.
Astronauts on the @Space_Station captured a rare cloud-free photo of the West Region of Ireland. Visible in the image is the Connemara National Park, the Twelve Bens mountain range, and Lough Corrib, the largest lake in the Republic of Ireland. Learn more: https://t.co/qnXtCymdo8 pic.twitter.com/DkOcM5ueFU
— NASA Astromaterials (@Astromaterials) July 30, 2018
The photo captures Connemara National Park, the Twelve Bens mountain range, and Lough Corrib.
It also depicts Clare Island, Inisbofin, the Drumlins, and Inisturk.
Honestly never seen the West looking so good, lads.
The photo was shared by NASA well over a week ago so chances are, you might have already seen it roaming about your timeline... but if you haven't already, then aren't you lucky?
With the apparent End Of Summer And Beginning Of Autumn we've been experiencing over the past few days though, it's fairly likely that we won't be getting another rare cloud-free photo like this for a long time.