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: