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MoneyNASA astronaut captures breathtaking time-lapse of Earth from space

09:41  03 june  2019
09:41  03 june  2019 Source:   bgr.com

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Travelers spending time aboard the orbiting laboratory don’t just have to deal with the lack of gravity and somewhat cramped quarters, they also have to wrestle with the fact that normal “days” don’t really exist when you’re speeding around the Earth over a dozen times per day. Astronaut Nick Hague, who is currently on board the ISS, decided to use that to his advantage and filmed a gorgeous time-lapse of Earth from the eyes of an ISS resident.

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A series of time lapse videos created from photos taken by various crews aboard the International Space Station. Each timelapse is made up of thousands of individual images which NASA astronauts as well as Russian, ESA, Japanese and Bringing you the BEST Space and Astronomy videos online.

The video, which is just under a minute long, is pure eye candy:

“This time-lapse video taken by NASA astronaut Nick Hague squeezes a 30-minute International Space Station trip over a cloudy Earth into 60 seconds, covering the Pacific to the Atlantic,” NASA explains.

The International Space Station completes a full orbit of Earth in just around 90 minutes. At that rate, astronauts aboard the spacecraft get to see around 16 sunsets every 24 hours. Those aboard the space station keep to strict schedules to ensure they remain in a rhythm similar to their counterparts on Earth.

NASA routinely provides live streaming views of Earth and space from the International Space Station, but it’s undeniably cool to see a high-quality timelapse like this that was shot by one of NASA’s own astronauts.

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At this rate, astronauts aboard the space shuttle can see about 16 sunsets every 24 hours. People aboard the Space Station have strict schedules to keep NASA regularly broadcasts real- time images of the Earth and space from the International Space Station, but it is undeniably cool to see a quality

Using footage from NASA 's Johnson Space Center, filmmaker Fede Castro creates a captivating time - lapse video of Earth from space . In a little over four

Hague, who arrived at the space station earlier this year, will remain aboard the spacecraft for Expedition 60 which is slated to begin in July of this year.

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