PERSPECTIVE: Time Lapse of Earth from the ISS



Buckle up bunnies, because today I have a video worth far more than its 2.25 minute watch time. ‘The World Outside My Window – Time-Lapse of Earth from the ISS’ by David Peterson is providing the plugged in world with a hearty dose of perspective on a very grand scale. The short movie is composed of a montage of time-lapse photography taken from the International Space Station during Expeditions 29, 30 and 31.



The goal of the project according to Peterson was to bring “more attention to the station itself, including the humans aboard it, particularly Don Pettit (appearing in the final shot) who took many of the sequences in this montage.” I think he achieved more than that. Bravo David. Pure magic.


Photos: Stills from “The World Outside My Window – Time-Lapse of Earth from the ISS”
Video: The World Outside My Window – Time-Lapses of Earth from the ISS 
by David Peterson on Vimeo.




  1. Impossible de “parler”…! J’en ai le souffle coupé ! …j’y “étais”…!! MERCI POUR CE CADEAU .

  2. …” I was there”…

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