City Lights From The Space Station

Submitted by: 5cats 5 years ago in Science

How our cities look at night from space.
There are 11 comments:
Male 876
This guy`s... voice... almost... put me... to sleep... But otherwise... I liked... the... video...
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Male 12,138
If you want to show an interesting city, Amsterdam has to be in there. Then come talk about spider`s webs.
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Male 5,000
Did they not show Paris, New York & Seattle? Or was I spacing out
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Male 1,421
Washington DC.. There is a diagonal square, neatly symmetrical and it`s center is.. hmm... interesting
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Male 25,416
wow... learning is fun but this was just boring
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Male 1,558
Hell of a good reader
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Male 7,774
Couldn`t believe they had to improvise to get these shots. Was it my imagination or could I see dragon shapes in Hong Kong?
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Male 5,413
Killing the planet never looked so good.
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Male 3,207
Don`t know what it says about Humanity, but some Viruses look similar under extreme magnification.
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Male 40,728
Learning how they make these pictures is almost as cool as the pictures themselves!

As the video points out: previously the images were either blurry or lo-def. These are really sharp!
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Male 40,728
Link: City Lights From The Space Station [Rate Link] - How our cities look at night from space.
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