Watch a Year on Earth from a Million Miles Away in Minutes
NASA has provided a perspective on our planet previously unthinkable for the earthbound. By creating a time-lapse video consisting of thousands of photos taken by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCVR) satellite from a million miles away, it allows everyone stuck on the third planet from the sun to watch Earth cycle through a year in a remarkably striking way.
To read more about the process of making the video click here or just watch the video below.
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