Alexander Gerst’s Breathtaking Earth Timelapses

If I were lucky enough to have such a view, I don’t think I’d ever sleep. I wouldn’t want to miss a single moment…

ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst from Germany who recently returned from a six month voyage to the International Space Station (ISS) has a special Christmas gift for all – a stunning six-minute timelapse compilation of his favorite images of Earth taken during his “Blue Dot” mission in 2014.

Universe Today

Video via European Space Agency, ESA on YouTube

Reblogged from
Spectacular Earth Timelapse Video: Christmas Gift from Alexander Gerst’s 2014 ISS Voyage
on Universe Today

The Universe Today article contains much more information, including beautiful still images and links for further study…

I want ice water.

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