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Astronaut Creates Timelapse Video Of Earth As Seen From The ISS

Astronaut Creates Timelapse Video Of Earth As Seen From The ISS

ESA Astronaut Alexander Gerst spent his time from May to Nov of 2014 on a International Space Station. One of a projects he worked on while he was adult there was holding thousands of photos of a Earth’s aspect regulating ultra-high clarification cameras.

After entrance behind to Earth, Gerst afterwards took 12,500 of those photos and combined a overwhelming timelapse video of a Earth and other engaging objects as seen from a International Space Station.

In further to a Earth’s surface, there are also some implausible shots of a space hire in action, including a solar panels in action, a station’s robotic arm utilizing a SpaceX Dragon capsule, and an Orbital Sciences Cygnus plug vacating from a station.

And only after a 3 notation mark, we can also see overwhelming photos of a Milky Way from a station. To my mind, that’s a prominence of a video.

You can check out a timelapse video in full below:

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