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An Amazing Timelapse of Earth From the International Space Station

At least two thank yous should be given for the timelapse video above. The first goes to NASA, for sharing the images of earth taken from the International Space Station for free. The second goes to a man named Adonis Pulatus, who downloaded more than 16,000 of those images and turned them into a two-minute video for all to see and share on Vimeo.

Pulatus's video is titled Timelapse: EARTHEREAL.

You can find more photos and videos of earth from space, by region or release date, online at The Gateway to the Photography of Earth.

—Joe Spring
@joespring
facebook.com/joespring.1



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