We've seen a few videos of Earth as seen from the International Space Station before, but I think this latest one is easily the most beautiful so far.
Two months ago we had a taste. of what it would feel like to soar over Earth from within the ISS, but now we've got a much longer and smoother time lapse video of the ISS orbiting around Earth. What a spectacular view to have!
Behold the power of a pair of high-end Canon DSLR cameras. This beautiful tranquil time-lapse video by filmmaker Joe Capra was shot in Iceland over 17 days for almost 24 hours and it captures the natural "midnight moon" — a natural occurrence where the sun never fully sets.
Take a close look at this detailed time lapse video of Earth and its natural elements — taken from the International Space Station over the course of one night. It's beautiful, isn't it?
We've already seen some of the amazing pictures captured by the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope (VLT) array, but who would have thought that simply watching the telescopes at work would be so freakin' amazing?