An unbelievable new 5 minute video exhibits a time-lapse view of the Earth from the International Space Station. Phrases don’t do justice to the excessive magnificence and visible majesty of this video. It provides you a glimpse of the expertise of being in area that’s so breathtaking it leaves you craving to be on the subsequent mission to the International Space Station.
Images have been taken onboard the International Space Station throughout Expedition 28 and Expedition 29 that have been utilized by Michael König of Berlin, Germany to create this time-lapse video. The images have been taken by flight engineers Satoshi Furukawa, Ron Garan, and different astronauts throughout August, September, and October 2011.
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