UNITED STATES – After more than 20 years, the International Space Station continues to provide us with truly amazing information. Photographer Joel Kowsky surprised the world by capturing a snapshot of the ISS passing in front of the Sun. In this way, NASA itself shared the photo through its social networks and it looks stunning, being a real visual gem. In this sense, Kowsky was able to capture a sequence of images in which we can see the International Space Station passing in front of the Sun, then he decided to compose this to make a small GIF that NASA shared on its official Twitter account. In view of this, astronomy enthusiasts did not wait to spotlight the work of the space agency photographer. The International Space Station is seen in silhouette as it traverses the Sun at approximately five miles per second as Astronaut @NASA @Astro_Kimbrough and Astronaut @esa @Thom_Astro took a spacewalk to update day @Space_Station, “wrote NASA on social networks before the astonishment of Internet users who reacted quickly. The International Space Station is seen in silhouette as it traverses the Sun at approximately five miles per second as Astronaut @NASA @Astro_Kimbrough and Astronaut @esa @Thom_Astro conducted a spacewalk to upgrade the power supply of @Space_Station. See more? https://t.co/2cfJ3BbeHl pic.twitter.com/o4zq9orTyE— NASA HQ PHOTO (@nasahqphoto) June 25, 2021 Therefore, it should be noted that the ISS is moving at a speed of about 8 kilometers per second , which is quite an achievement for the photographer. Therefore, capturing the right moment and aligning the passage of it won Kowsky congratulations from millions of people. Thus, the members of NASA continue to offer us images worthy of admiration and to burn in our memory. On the other hand, it should be noted that Joel Kowsky photographed the passage of the International Space Station from Earth. Meanwhile, Pesquet was on a “spacewalk” to install a solar panel system on the ISS. It only remains to be vigilant to enjoy for many years the images that fill us with joy.