The world is a really beautiful place, especially when it is viewed from the far reaches of the International Space Station. A new video surfaced this week in which thousands of photos taken from the ISS are pieced together to form a beautifully crafted timelapse video.
The video was created by photographer Knate Myers and the timelapse film is accompanied with music by John Murphy.
According to Myers:
“Every frame in this video is a photograph taken from the International Space Station. All credit goes to the crews on board the ISS.
I removed noise and edited some shots in photoshop. Compiled and arranged in Sony Vegas.”
The song featured in the film is called “Sunshine (Adagio In D Minor) and is available on iTunes if you like what you hear.
Images come to us courtesy of Image Science Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center, The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth
If you like what you see you can learn more at eol.jsc.nasa.gov.
Take a look at the video below and let us know what you think about Myers’ work:
While Myers’ video may be one of the most stunning timelapse videos we have seen from the International Space Station it is not the first video to showcase the same type of photograph created imagery. Here’s a timelapse video from September 2011:
Do timelapse videos of the International Space Station’s view towards Earth and space make you want to become an astronaut and float above our planet?