A Milky Way Timelapse From The International Space Station
We’ve featured many beautiful Milky Way timelapse videos here on SLR Lounge, but this one wins. This brief timelapse was taken in space from the space station…so, top that.
Courtesy of the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, NASA Johnson Space Center, this 30 second timelapse is from the International Space Station and features “the Aurora Australis, the Milky Way, and some random satellites.”
The video is a sequence of 722 images compiled by Hugh Carrick-Allan and will give you a little taste of the view from space…no astronaut training or spacesuit needed.
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[Via Universe Today]