Saturday, September 27, 2014

ESA Space Station Astronaut 90 Minute Orbit Time-Lapse into 51 seconds Video

ISS crew member ESA's Alexander Gerst captured a complete orbit of Earth.

The station orbits the Earth roughly every 90 minutes and therefore passes from day to night, back to day in that time-period.

An Aurora Borealis can be seen in the night time portion of the video.

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