The Most Impressive International Space Station Time-lapse Video We’ve Seen

Time lapse video, especially those of space, are all the rage these days. Seems like a new one is popping up on the web each day but this is the best one so far.

Knate Myers decided to try his hand at making one and his results are one of my favorites thus far. All of the photographs used to make this timelapse were taken on a Nikon D3 and are available as public domain via the NASA website. Myers timelapse focus on footage taken at night and includes some phenomenal images of the Milky Way. Every frame in this video is a photograph taken from the International Space Station. All credit goes to the crews on board the ISS.

Source: http://gencept.com

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