More Timelapse Awesomeness From The ISS

J. Major posted this incredible video in his The Journey Home post at the Lights in the Dark blog. I urge you to check out his post, as well as astronaut Ron Garan’s notes at both Time Lapse From Space – Literally. The Journey Home and Coming Back Down To Our Fragile Oasis.

Crank It Up and Go Full Screen!

“Producing time-lapse video onboard the International Space Station while orbiting 250 miles above the Earth at 17,500 miles per hour helps people follow along on our missions, not as spectators, but as fellow crewmembers. — Ron Garan, NASA Astronaut, Expedition 27 & 28”

I’d say the mission has been accomplished! πŸ˜€

I want ice water.

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8 thoughts on “More Timelapse Awesomeness From The ISS

  1. I picked out two interesting things here I hadn’t noticed or seen in similar videos in the past – the relative thinness of the atmospheric layer, very distinctive, and numerous lightning strikes in one nighttime sequence. Nice.

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  2. This was AWSOME.MY husband just walked in the door when I was ready to watch.he joined me. Great stuff.keep it comin. will check out the vimeo page as well…….later.

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    • The man said they hoped to provide an experience that “helps people follow along on our missions, not as spectators, but as fellow crewmembers.” I say they did a damned good job! πŸ˜€

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