United Arab Emirates (UAE) astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi has taken some breathtaking photos of Cyclone Biparjoy approaching Gujarat coast from the International Space Station.
He has shared these incredible pictures of the “very severe cyclonic storm” from space on Twitter.
“As promised in my previous video here are some pictures of the cyclone #Biparjoy forming in the Arabian Sea that I clicked over two days from the International Space Station,” Al Neyadi wrote in his Twitter post.
As promised in my previous video 📸 here are some pictures of the cyclone #Biparjoy forming in the Arabian Sea that I clicked over two days from the International Space Station 🌩️ pic.twitter.com/u7GjyfvmB9
— Sultan AlNeyadi (@Astro_Alneyadi) June 14, 2023
Al Neyadi had earlier also shared a video showing the formation of cyclone Biparjoy over the Arabian Sea.
Watch as a tropical cyclone forms over the Arabian Sea from these views I captured.
The ISS provides a unique perspective on several natural phenomena, which can assist experts on Earth in weather monitoring.🌩️🌀
Stay safe, everyone! pic.twitter.com/dgr3SnAG0F
— Sultan AlNeyadi (@Astro_Alneyadi) June 13, 2023
Cyclone Biparjoy is expected to have its landfall on Gujarat coast on Thursday evening. Over 74,000 people living in vulnerable areas have already been evacuated to safe places.