Take a trip to low Earth orbit for two minutes with this incredible International Space Station time-lapse by Guillaume Juin.

Very few people will ever have the chance to see our planet from low Earth orbit, but thankfully the astronauts aboard the International Space Station shoot plenty of photos and videos to share the view with the rest of us.

French photographer and filmmaker Guillaume Juin has taken 80GB of this footage from ISS expeditions 28-31 and 34 (the last of which was under the command of the famous Canadian astronaut and photographer Chris Hadfield) and created an epic time-lapse edit.

From the description: “I wanted to do something different from what has been done before with those shots. Something more dynamic and fast. After all, ISS travel through space at 28,000 km/h!”

“All the footage (around 80GB of pictures) was processed through after effects/premiere, denoised for some shots, removal of dead pixels for some shots, deflickering, and simple color grading (didnt want to change the already incredible look! just curves, saturation, and some blue crushing).”

Via PetaPixel.

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