Himalayas visible from space like a huge tree, roots are spread everywhere, where is Everest hidden?



  • NASA astronaut shares photo of Mount Everest taken from space
  • He told people by tweeting that find Everest in this picture and show it.
  • The whole Himalaya is visible in this picture and it is very difficult to find Everest.

Everest, the world’s highest peak, is visible from afar. Its height record is 29,032 feet. Have you wondered what this Himalayan peak looks like from space? Yes, a NASA astronaut has shared a wonderful picture of Mount Everest taken from a height of 400 km above the Earth on the New Year. He told people by tweeting that in this picture, find Everest and show it.

The entire Himalayas are visible in this picture and it is almost impossible to find Everest. This photo was taken by NASA astronaut Mark Vande Hei from the International Space Station. He tweeted, ‘It is my new year’s determination to go out as much as possible. He said that in this picture you can find Mount Everest? Many Twitter users made their guess on this tweet and many people also gave the correct answer.
Himalayas visible like a tree
Everest is located in the Himalayas between China and Nepal and was first climbed by humans in 1953. It is seen in this picture that the entire Himalaya is covered in a sheet of snow. The Himalayas are visible from the International Space Station like a tree whose roots are scattered on the ground. If you look in the middle of all this, then Everest is visible in it. Vande Hei came to the space station in April.

Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world, is the dream of every climber to go there once. This beautiful mountain is located in Nepal and marks the border of Nepal and Tibet. Every year, hundreds of adventurers try to climb Everest but only a few are lucky enough to succeed. Due to its harsh cold and low oxygen atmosphere, Mount Everest is one of the most dangerous mountains in the world.

Everest is visible inside the Himalayas

The height of Mount Everest is 8844 meters
The mighty Mount Everest was first measured in 1856 at 8840 meters tall. In 1955 the height was observed to be 8848 m, which is still the official height stated by the Nepalese government. However, there is another thing that the Chinese declare the height of Mount Everest to be 8844 meters. Scientists are currently in the process of re-measuring the world’s tallest mountain, especially considering that the height may have changed after the 2015 earthquake.

Snow disappearing from the Himalayas, people of India will crave drop by drop