Now THIS is a sunrise timelapse. Captured by astronaut Jeff Williams on the International Space Station as a way to celebrate the station’s 100,000th tour around the world, the video is breathtaking in the way only images of our planet from space can really be.
In all, the ISS has traveled more than 2.6 billion miles since it began orbiting the earth. This 33-second timelapse is a pretty spectacular way to pay homage:
Good Morning! Sunrise bursting on the scene followed by beautiful ocean sun glint. We get 16 of these every day!https://t.co/UKanwP0Bv8
— Jeff Williams (@Astro_Jeff) May 13, 2016
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