Timelapses of space are not exactly rare. However you'll have something of a hard time finding a timelapse as beautiful as this one captured from the International Space Station.
This stunning collection of videos have all been compiled and edited by YouTuber Dmitry Pisanko, who took the 4K originals from NASA, removed any distortion and applied a few after effects.
The results are absolutely stunning to be sure, although it does mean you'll need a 4K TV to fully appreciate the beauty of it.
Earlier this year the ESA posted all of NASA astronaut Terry Virts' timelapses, caught over the period of his 200 day tenure in the International Space Station.
What sets this particular video apart from the others is the angles that it captures, seeing the world from a flatter angle than perhaps the other videos have captured.
The advantage of this is that it allows you to see the atmosphere far clearer.
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