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Epic space-to-time-lapse captured from the International Space Station

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A beautiful time-lapse is captured by the International Space Station shows the Earth, the stars, and even events, such as storms and forest fires.

The time-lapse is made up of a total of 400 pictures over the course of 11 minutes as the ISS traveled from south korea in the direction of the Red Sea, according to NASA.

NASA-astronaut-Christina Koch, who tweets about her experiences on the International Space Station and, recently, in the first all-women’s space, and the making of the film.

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Image taken from the International Space Station

The circular lines in the image are star trails and paths, while the thinner dashed lines, with the darker shades of orange have been fires burning in Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

To the north you can see the thunderstorms over much of the central African sub-region.

According to NASA, it is one of the most striking features of the image of the star trails around it and the background is around a point in the upper left-hand corner of the image.

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“At this point, it is, in essence, a normal (perpendicular) to the space station’s orbital plane, and directly off the port side of the vehicle, based on the spacecraft shapes,” said Matthew Osvog at NASA’s Johnson Space Center’s ISS Flight, Pointing to the console, in a statement.

The faint green and yellow track in the upper layers of the atmosphere, which is seen above the horizon known as airglow.

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