See Earth “through an astronaut’s eyes” with this fascinating four-minute video created by combining sequences of time-lapse imagery captured by astronauts aboard the International Space Station, which orbits 240 miles above Earth.
With hundreds of thousands of views in only a few weeks, this fascinating video has gained the rightful attention of people around the world.
To read a description of the images shown in the video, such as the storms across Africa, the web of lights from cities across the world, or the aurora borealis lights seemingly dancing across the night sky, read Mike Wall’s article, “Earth’s beauty from space dazzles in astronaut video”.
Not everyone will have movies such as this lying around the house but everyone has home movies. It is important to remember that those can fade over time, just like photos, slides and negatives. Have ScanMyPhotos.com transfer those videos to DVD today and bring those old tapes and reels into the digital age.
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