NASA Released Truly Breathtaking New Footage Of Earth in 4K

NASA Released Truly Breathtaking New Footage Of Earth in 4KNeed perspective of what an incredible world and time in history that we live in? Of course - we all do. Too often it's hard to see beyond our tiny bubbles and it takes reminders to have  greater view of life.

Here's the reminder I needed and you might too. 

Dmitry Pisanko took publicly available footage from the International Space Station (ISS) and set it to the wonderful music of composer Ludovico Einaudi. The 4 minute timelapse video is completely breathtaking. 

The footage is from ISS speeding through Earth's orbit. Earth's largest cities appear to be tiny blotches of light surrounded by deep blue sea. You'll also see incredible natural phenomenon like thunderstorms from above and the Auroa Borealis.

Videos like this are important to see because they open our eyes to the broader perspective and glorious creation that we live in. If you're ever feeling down with all of the small things in life (which happens to us all too often!), pause and remember the sheer beauty and wonder that surrounds us. 

Share this video if you're inspired by our incredible world!

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Posted by Don Uhlir on 13 August, 2015 get outdoors | 1 comment
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  • charles yount - August 13, 2015

    this makes you feel really small!

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