Earth from the ISS: time lapse video

Watch this amazing time-lapse video of Earth shot from the low-Earth orbit of the International Space Station.

Earth | Time Lapse View from Space, Fly Over | NASA, ISS from Michael König on Vimeo.

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12 Responses to Earth from the ISS: time lapse video

  1. Marco says:

    Nice, and good video. It looked kind of fake though

  2. Jonathan Bass says:

    It was a good video but the lightning flashes can cause seziures if you’re not careful.

  3. Philip Schneider says:

    I thought it was cool how the auroras could be seen all around the world, but from the ground onlay at the poles

  4. Lorenzo Bocchetti says:

    It was very interesting, but I didn’t think that the atmosphere would be that small in comparison to the Earth. I didn’t get what the balls of light were on the Earth. Over all I really liked that blog and theought that it was very interesting.

  5. David Pines says:

    Very cool, the graphics the graphics are great!!!!

    That video is great, I wonder how long it took to take that video?

  6. Bryant Blackburn says:

    Wow,really cool vidieo! it really showed the earth atmosphere and things from space.

  7. Chris Schiller Chris Schiller Chris Schiller Chris Schiller Chris Schiller says:

    This is a really cool video. It would be so amazing to be able to see that with your own eyes from the ISS.

  8. Oliver Cho says:

    WOW! This is amazing. From space it looks sort of like some sort weird crazy planet, that seems nothing like it is on Earth, but it is! I would also like to say that the first aurora looked like a bunch of stars in space. Hard to believe because it’s so amazing.

  9. morgan krell says:

    lorenzo the balls of light were cities and lights on earth

    very cool video
    i wonder how long it took to film that

  10. Eamon Hauser says:

    Really cool video. I found it interesting that you can see the lightning in the clouds from space. How long did it take to take that video? How far out was the satellite?

    Overall, I thought that was really cool.

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