Originally Posted by galexander
It wasn't just the colour effect of the sky glow I was referring to but the FOG.
In the NASA images you would expect to see a BLUE FOG.
Just as on a misty or foggy day on the Earth's surface when white light is scattered by suspended water droplets, a fog will appear on any pictures taken by a camera.
Just so with the images taken of the Earth's surface from space. It isn't just the blue colour but the FOG or MIST.
WRONG. The atmosphere is well BELOW the ISS. No way would it show up in photos taken of the station from close up. The earth's reflection negates the blue haze. prove me wrong.