Buzz·Posted on 11 Nov 2015Indians On The Internet, Please, Please, PLEASE Stop Sharing This PhotoIT'S NOT REAL.by Sahil RizwanBuzzFeed India ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Diwali is here, which means that this photo is being forwarded to phones around India with the caption "NASA satellite image of India on Diwali night". imgur.com Only, here's the thing. It's not. It's actually a 2003 image by scientist Chris Elvidge, with the different colours highlighting India's population growth over time. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF New Line Cinema Despite being disproven several times every year, people just can't seem to stop sharing it every time they see it. Goddess of Wicca @SoulKhepri NASA's satellite image of india in the evening during the festive holiday of diwali: the celebration of lights. Sat Jul 04 00:04:56 UTC+0000 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite L'Art @Artistification NASA released a satellite image of india in the evening during the festive holiday of diwali, celebration of lights 07:07 PM - 04 Dec 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite The captions may change, but the disease is the same. Vinod Sharma #HTL @vinodsharma1834 That's how india look like on the eve of diwali from NASA ....amazing👌👌👌. 06:06 PM - 28 Oct 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Even celebrities aren't immune to spreading it. Virender Sehwag @virendersehwag 04:33 PM - 10 Nov 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite It's actually become a legit joke format now. twitter.com The boys at All India Bakchod said it best. hotstar.com!/on-air-with-aib---english-6200/aag---the-fire-1000075627-e Happy Diwali, people. Now stahp. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF BBC Follow BuzzFeed India on Facebook.