This week, the ISS (International Space Station) Twitter profile posted what the night lights of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Curitiba look like from space.
Welcome to Brazil! Read the post on Illuminated Cities. look at the pictures:
The images were taken on the Fourth of July, when the International Space Station was orbiting the planet about 421 km from Earth.
In the image of São Paulo, it is possible to distinguish the city of Guarulhos, which is darker in color and to the right of the image. Around 94% of the city of São Paulo already has LED street lightingIt is a technology that gives the lighting a lighter tone, compared to the old yellow lights, in addition to being more economical.
Before and after switching to LED lighting
Av. May 23 in Sao Paulo – Avenir Prado / Vulbras
In the photo of Rio de Janeiro, it is possible to see the lights on the boats in Guanabara Bay.
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