Time-lapse of Earth from the Space Station, from Africa to Russia
On 12 September 2017, 710 photos were taken by ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli to create this time-lapse of the Earth (from Africa to Russia) as seen from the International Space Station.
ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli in currently working and living aboard the Station as part of his long duration Vita mission.
Follow the VITA mission: http://blogs.esa.int/VITAmission/
Connect with Paolo via http://paolonespoli.esa.int
Test your geography skills in this timelapse over Europe!
A meteoroid as seen from the Space Station? make a wish!
Africa and its colours, from the Space Station (time-lapse)
VITA mission ‘Timelapse a Day’ edition – from Africa to Russia
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Why these images are digital????
Who don't the clouds move?
Imagine it spot UFOs?