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NASA Time-Lapse VIDEO: New Views Of Earth From ISS With Howard Blake Soundtrack

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There may be a lot of them, but it's hard to get tired of the spectacular time-lapse videos taken by astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS).

These scenes, taken by the crew of ISS Expedition 30, come alive with a dynamic soundtrack—the song, entitled “Walking in the Air,” was written by English film composer Howard Blake.

NASA gives the breakdown of the various locations in the video:

The sequences are as follows: :01 – Stars over southern United States :08 – US west coast to Canada :21 – Central Europe to the Middle East :36 – Aurora Australis over the Indian Ocean :54 – Storms over Africa 1:08 – Central United States 1:20 – Midwest United States 1:33 – United Kingdom to Baltic Sea 1:46 – Moonset 1:55 – Northern United States to Eastern Canada 2:12 – Aurora Australis over the Indian Ocean 2:32 – Comet Lovejoy 2:53 – Aurora Borealis over Hudson Bay 3:06 – United Kingdom to Central Europe.

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