There is a very interesting time lapse movie here that shows the Earth from the ISS.
Although looking at it, the images seem to be real time, given the fact that the ISS orbits the Earth once every 90 minutes.
I haven’t found out all the astronaut(s) took the images other than Don Pettit who is in the last image. I do know that the images came from Expeditions 29, 30 and 31. It would be interesting to find out what equipment they used.
I am currently doing a long term time-lapse of my back yard. That may seem a little simple, but my back yard overlooks Pasadena and I can see Mt. Wilson clearly. This time of year is especially nice due to the weather (yes, sometimes in winter we get some weather here). But the clouds at sunrise and sunset make spectacular viewing. I just wish I had 4 cameras with at least 100 degree coverage that I could mount on my roof facing to the compass points.
I’ll post the video once I have it completed.
– Ex astris, scientia –
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