NASA discovers mysterious ‘rose cloud’ that can only be seen from space

Some natural wonders are not as visible as the Grand Canyon or Victoria Falls,media CNET reported. A NASA satellite has captured a series of mysterious “rose clouds” over the Indian Ocean. It looks as if the invisible hand has turned the clouds into flower arrangements. NASA’s Aqua satellite captured the stunning view on January 29, and the space agency’s Earth Observatory shared the image on Friday. These clouds appear on the west coast of Australia.

NASA discovers mysterious 'rose cloud' that can only be seen from space

This “rose cloud” is a radioactive cloud, which NASA describes as “a collection of shallow clouds organized in a unique radiation-like structure.” There are good reasons why you won’t find these lovely works on the ground. The systems can span 180 miles (300 kilometers) and have clouds lasting up to 72 hours.

NASA discovers mysterious 'rose cloud' that can only be seen from space

Scientists are not entirely sure how these mysterious and beautiful clouds formed.