NASA time lapse is out of this world
Washington, DC (NASA/CNN) —- Take a look at this time lapse video that NASA Astronaut, Nick Hague shared from the International Space Station. The out of this world view, gives you a glimpse at a 30 min trip over the earth, sped up to just 60 seconds.
The birds eye view takes a trek covering the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic. The SpaceX #Dragon Cargo space craft was launched into orbit Monday June 3rd, 2019, and caught a lot of amazing views before it’s ultimate splashdown in the Pacific.
Check out another time lapse image they posted on twitter giving us all another vantage point of a beautiful sunset.
The @Space_Station is the perfect place to view a sunset. In fact, the station orbits the Earth every 90 minutes — meaning this sunset you see is actually one of 16 the station residents see in a day. Take in the view and see where the station is flying: https://t.co/bTLMd9po4h pic.twitter.com/NvK7HJJYds
— NASA (@NASA) June 2, 2019