This time-lapse video, which has gained popularity very quickly on our YouTube channel, features the International Space Station completing two and a half orbits around the Earth during one short video. More time-lapse videos
Haven't you always wanted to associate those amazing photographs of our beautiful planet taken from space with their specific locations on the Earth? With the Image Detective web page, you can do just that! By doing so, you will help to locate hundreds of thousands of images and also enhance your geography skills at the same time. Read more
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The crew onboard ISS is able to take spectacular photographs of the Earth, and if they are very talented, to capture a dynamic event or special feature. These photos are found by the CEO team and a small write-up is constructed for the crew to show them the science we gained from their photography.
Ever watch those great time-lapse videos from the ISS and wonder where on Earth you're looking? In this side-by-side tour, the user will watch the time-lapse video on the left, and an accompanying Google Earth tour that flies along with the video.
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