It takes about 90 minutes for the International Space Station orbits the Earth at an altitude of around 250 miles and travels around 5 miles per second. Benjamin Granville used Microsoft Flight Simulator to show what it would look like from the ground (and from the ISS) if the space station were in a very low Earth orbit, at around 10,000 feet above us. The ISS clears New York City in roughly three seconds when traveling onboard.
4K Aurora Timelapse Compilation from Fort Yukon, Alaska
As we go through life, we all have that one thing we dream of experiencing before we bid farewell to this world. For me, that one thing is watching the…
Dance of Mars and Jupiter
Mathematics is truly an incredible language that transcends time and space to unify the universe. From our understanding of celestial mechanics and astronomical events, it's undeniable that mathematics governs the…
The True Size Of The Universe As We Know It
This movie might make it a bit easier to comprehend how insignificant we are compared to the vastness of the cosmos, which is practically incomprehensible.
Velocity is Vadim Sherbakov's third experimental short macro film. It is a colorful journey through uncharted cosmos.
O Black Hole!
Have you ever wondered how a black hole is born? Renee Zhan answers this question with incredible imagination in her movie 'O Black Hole!'
A Very Detailed View Of A Crater On Mars – 8K
Using data from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, director Seán Doran created an exceptionally detailed view of a crater on Mars.