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Astronaut Nick Hague Took a Time Lapse of the Earth From the ISS And This Is What He Saw

By far the best views of Earth are not stunning sunsets artificially created by Snapchat or Instagram filters. It isn't on top of a mountain looking down at the world below. It is from space. And anyone who has been there will tell you, there's nothing that comes close. IF you're still skeptical, you need to check out these time-lapse visuals taken from the International Space Station by Astronaut Nick Hague.

Though the time-lapse is a huge blow for the Flat-Earth movement, because its pretty clear from the video, its round. Maybe we can go back to deciding if the dress is blue or yellow?

Astronaut on the International Space Station takes a timelapse while
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Rolling in all the fluffy, cloud like filling. Taking a nap as you survey your hard work. It's a little easier to see why they do it. 

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Rolling in all the fluffy, cloud like filling. Taking a nap as you survey your hard work. It's a little easier to see why they do it. 

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Hugo Cornellier took a selfie everyday, for 8 years, from  12 to 20 years old. 

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Hugo Cornellier took a selfie everyday, for 8 years, from  12 to 20 years old. 

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Hugo Cornellier took a selfie everyday, for 8 years, from  12 to 20 years old. 

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In December 2014 and June 2015, as an astronomer I was lucky enough to to visit La Silla Observatory in Chile. Part of the European Southern Observatory, La Silla is home to dozens of working telescopes, including the 1.2m Swiss Telescope, on which I worked. While there I turned my camera to the skies, taking nearly 10,000 photos. This video is the result.
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In December 2014 and June 2015, as an astronomer I was lucky enough to to visit La Silla Observatory in Chile. Part of the European Southern Observatory, La Silla is home to dozens of working telescopes, including the 1.2m Swiss Telescope, on which I worked. While there I turned my camera to the skies, taking nearly 10,000 photos. This video is the result.