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This time-lapse photo of the space station is breathtaking – BGR

Astronauts aboard the International Space Station can see many cool things. The orbiting lab is completed in just 92 minutes, so residents can see sunrises, sunsets and all the stars they could wish for. The space station is also the perfect place to take a time-lapse photo, and Christina Koch from NASA did just that. Normally, a time lapse picture …

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Timelapse taken by the International Space Station

In this week's questions, I explain why we'll never know which stars have no planets. How we could prevent a catastrophe on Earth and why aliens could still threaten us. For more Dustin Gibson photos, visit: https://www.instagram.com/gibsonpics/ 00:48 How many stars do not have planets? 02:29 Could we prevent a catastrophe? 05:16 No aliens would be a threat to us. …

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Watching: Astronaut takes an amazing time-lapse video of the Earth from the ISS

NASA astronaut Nick Hague has taken a breathtaking time-lapse video of Earth aboard the International Space Station. (Picture credits: Nick Hague / NASA) Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have the best prospects for Earth. To doubt? Just watch a breathtaking new timelapse video of our planet taken by NASA astronaut Nick Hague, who has been aboard the orbiting …

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See how the Super Blood Wolf Moon turns red in a time-lapse video

The moon is covered in darkness and reappears in a new time-lapse video of dynamic color and activity, depicting the total lunar eclipse of the past weekend. On Sunday evening (January 20), orange and red colors shimmered over the lunar surface and overnight until the early hours of Monday (January 21), when the moon penetrated the shadow of the earth …

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This ISS timelapse captures a rocket launch from space

When the Russian spacecraft MS-10 Progress launched a Soyuz rocket on November 16, 2018, ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst was ready to capture it from the International Space Station ISS. This time-lapse shows how rocket launches from orbit about 250 miles from Earth in orbit. The rocket launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan with 5,653 pounds of cargo. The launch takes …

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Watch: This Is The Longest Continuous Time-Lapse Shot From Space

Take two trips around the Earth – in 15 minutes. European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut and International Space Station (ISS) commander Alexander Gerst recently captured the longest continuous timelapse from space. The glorious shot travels from Tunisia across to Beijing and through Australia in two trips around the planet, showing the Earth pass from day to night twice. You can …

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Divide the longest continuous time-lapse in space

After a Thanksgiving holiday that will hopefully be filled with food and leftovers, take a peek out of space by taking a long look at the ever-changing surface of the earth. Alexander Gerst, a German astronaut of the European Space Agency, recorded the longest continuous time-lapse of the Earth from space taken with images taken aboard the International Space Station. …

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