Take two rounds around the world – within 15 minutes. The European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut and International Space Station (ISS) commander Alexander Gerst recently captured the longest time from space.
The majestic smash travels through the planet and on two trips around the planet, showing the world crossing from Tunisia across the world. You can also see the ocean rides and the city travel on the bright cities. There are clouds, storms and flashes from the lightning storms.
The time-lapse shot consists of approximately 21,375 images captured by Gerst from the International Space Station, and to celebrate the 20 years of ISS and international cooperation and research. The 15-minute clip was accelerated 12.5 times faster than the actual speed of the observatory.
A map in the upper right corner of the screen shows the location of the Station during the journey.
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