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Fullbrigades
I am too stupid to insult!
11:53 AM on 07/07/2012
Whaddoouuno.. The earth is round!!!

That's a lot of frequent flier miles there....
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gerij
Life imitates bad art . . .
12:42 AM on 08/03/2012
Who knew? Here I thought it was flat, held up by four elephants balanced on the back of a very large turtle . . .
11:16 AM on 07/07/2012
Excellent video....from frame 1:19-1:21 look closely at the upper right hand quardant and you will see a UFO shoot across right below the the image of the sattelite..peace..you will see it if you look for it
12:20 PM on 07/07/2012
Chances are it is an orbiting satellite. ISS is after all in low Earth orbit, and there are man made objects much higher up.
03:21 PM on 07/07/2012
Whatever it was streaking from left to right in the right quadrant is no longer there..hmmm! peace
10:59 AM on 07/07/2012
No worries, we'll find a way to utterly ruin this world yet!
02:02 PM on 07/07/2012
Chemtrails have already started ruining it.
10:28 AM on 07/07/2012
Serious question... If this is from the U.S. then why at 0:52 does it have a close up on the Russian flag and Cyrillic writing?
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Quark50
So it goes.
11:14 AM on 07/07/2012
I'm going to go out on a limb and say that Tomislav Safundžić may not be from the US. It sounds like he edited it together from some videos and images that NASA posted.
12:19 PM on 07/07/2012
Firstly, it is an International Space Station and secondly, since the shortshighted end of the STS (Shuttle) program is being serviced primarily by Russian Soyuz capsules, one of which is tethered to the ISS for emergency evacuation purposes. What is absolutely facinating is the shear amount of energy that bleeds out into the nothingness of space from all the ridiculously inefficient nighttime illumination of our vast urban areas. Mesmerizing to be sure, but a pure waste of resources.
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BookKeepersSon
Don't take me alive
10:03 AM on 07/07/2012
Mind still fine.

But if you still want to blow something of mine...
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george martini
I wasn’t always this introverted.
02:55 PM on 07/07/2012
A balloon?
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BookKeepersSon
Don't take me alive
04:26 PM on 07/07/2012
hehehehehe

Well,,, when ya blow it, it does inflate quite a bit. And if you blow it enough, it will go "pop", kinda.

But no,,, not a balloon.

Guess again...
09:11 AM on 07/07/2012
Totally cool!! Wish I could have had something like this to show my class when I was teaching social studies. Kids would realize this is our one Earth so we better get along and take care of it.
09:06 AM on 07/07/2012
spaceship earth
08:19 AM on 07/07/2012
THANK YOU, NASA!!

Well done! That made my day!
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07:36 AM on 07/07/2012
so many things to see and do...frankly i thought it would be cooler
06:47 AM on 07/07/2012
In my opinion, the only appropriate music would be Charles Paul's original piano-organ score for "As the World Turns." Also, the globe was spinning out of control, it seemed.
05:28 AM on 07/07/2012
This looked to me like a partial computer generated video. It was very cool and inspiring. Interesting. Thank you.
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TheOuroborus
It's NOT paranoia if they really R out to get U.
05:05 AM on 07/07/2012
Slow it down for Pete's sake, dang thing gave me a headache. I've seen better.
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cliftongop
01:58 PM on 07/07/2012
I thought that too. It would have been great to slow it down a bit and have some captions of at what we were looking.
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DramaKitteh
ZOMG! teh drama!
04:08 AM on 07/07/2012
The shots of the auroras were stunning!
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03:11 AM on 07/07/2012
Awsome actually fits as an adjective here.

In one shot it looks like you could actually see the reflection of the sun on space debris?

A few of the frames would make great stills as screensaver.

If I'd realized someone was taking pics I'd have waved.
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ReasonableGuy
02:34 AM on 07/07/2012
I guess I'm an old guy, because I found the motion too fast to be enjoyable and stopped it after less than a minute. (Or maybe I'm just tired, it was a long day).

I love pictures from space, but not this compilation.