A Timelapse View Of Earth At Night From The International Space Station

The timelapse videos we see from NASA get better and better. This time, Knate Myers took photographs taken from the International Space Station and put them together to make this beautiful time lapse video. “Every frame in this video is a photograph taken from the International Space Station.” 

“All credit goes to the crews on board the ISS. I removed noise and edited some shots in photoshop. Compiled and arranged in Sony Vegas.”

The extensive effort to make this happen was worth it. There's no other place where you can capture such a beautiful sequence of events. You begin to appreciate, more than ever, how beautiful our Earth is. Let's hope this videos serves as a sneak peak to a view that we will see with our own eyes in this lifetime. With space airports on the horizon, this may be a possibility.

[Via Knate Photo]

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Michael Murphy's picture


Norm Cooper's picture

very nice - looks like they also caught other satellites and or space junk at 0:47, 2:48 (right) and 3:30-31 (right), as well as a comet rising right of center across the Milky Way at 3:30

Jaron Schneider's picture

I wonder what this was shot on...

Debbie Davies's picture

Think you will find it's Nikon (D3s)

Jens Marklund's picture

3:05, was that a country/city that got censored? Or is it just something that made it look foggy?

Michael's picture

clouds/fog over the area

Mark feliciano's picture

That was amazing! WOW