NASA Archive Collects Great Time-Lapse Videos of our Planet

Here’s the lat­est video release from NASA, and it’s anoth­er won­drous time-lapse film from the Inter­nal Space Sta­tion. It’s called “Earth Illu­mi­nat­ed.” If you could sit back and enjoy these videos for hours, you’re in luck. NASA has cre­at­ed a web­site — The Gate­way to Astro­naut Pho­tog­ra­phy of Earth — that brings togeth­er all of its images, still and mov­ing. You can find pho­tographs here and time-lapse videos like “Earth Illu­mi­nat­ed” here. Or you can skip to the Week­ly Top Ten sec­tion, where NASA lists the ten most down­loaded images from the Gate­way with­in the past week. Enjoy.

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