View this stunning timelapse video of space, as seen from the International Space Station

Ever wonder what it is like in the International Space Station? Ever wanted to enjoy the galactic view? Now you can thanks to a photographer by the name of Knate Myers.

You see the astronauts on the ISS (International Space Station) regularly take photos of their outside surroundings. NASA provides these photos to the public via its Johnson Space Center’s website. Knate took those photos and produced an absolutely stunning timelapse video which you can view for yourself below. It is critical to keep in mind the photos are real and not edited or manipulated aside from some minor edits made by Knate. Enjoy. And feel free to dump $200,000 to see get a first hand experience of space yourself.

[via Mashable]

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  1. Sue Ragan

    This is truely the visual depiction of the poem “High Flight”. “I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth-… – Put out my hand, and touched the face of God.” Absolutely beautiful and humbling. Bravo Knate Myers.