Two excursions about the Earth in just 15 minutes?
This unbelievably speedy journey is now achievable many thanks to a time-lapse video clip from the Intercontinental House Station, unveiled this thirty day period by the European House Company.
The spectacular footage lapse displays masses of swirling storm clouds and brightly-lit city centres glowing from the darkness of room, and makes it possible for viewers to see specific areas like Italy, France and Shanghai
The remaining video clip is comprised of 21,375 pictures of Earth, captured by ESA astronaut and Intercontinental House Station commander Alexander Gerst.
It travels from Tunisia, throughout Beijing and by Australia, displaying the world go from working day into night time two times.
It also zooms much earlier mentioned deep-blue oceans, landscapes and atmospheres that resemble paintings.
The 15-moment clip has been sped up to 12.5 moments quicker than the real velocity of the observatory, in accordance to Geek.com.