Another AMAZING Space Station Timelapse — with Aurora

Article written: 13 Nov , 2011
Updated: 14 Jan , 2016

What more can we say? The view from the International Space Station is incredible, and this latest time-lapse sequence of photographs was put together by Michael König. These views are taken with a special low-light 4K-camera now on the Space Station, and covers August to October, 2011. The crews of expedition 28 & 29 were behind the camera, while König refurbished, smoothed, retimed, denoised, deflickered, and cut, etc. You can see all the images taken with this new camera at the Image Science & Analysis Laboratory website, The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth

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4 Responses

  1. Old Gregg says

    that video is fricking awesome!!!

  2. sail4evr (sail) says

    I’ve seen something like this before. It was that wavefront in the Star Trek movie where James Kirk dies

  3. EarthlingX says

    This was a serious improvement to my day. Totaly very awesomestest.

  4. Anonymous says

    i literally wondered what this POV was like for decades. and now here it is. amazing.

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