Nowadays, it is difficult to distinguish a computer image from real life, especially in the conditions of outer space.
For example, the terrific computer visualization of cosmic species and the supermassive black hole in the blockbuster “Interstellar” is truly breathtaking.
Camera technology is evolving and the crew of the International Space Station is fundamentally changing our view of the Earth’s orbit, and talented filmmakers on Earth use stunning space images to create a breathtaking video that is too beautiful to be real. But they are real. And that's great. This amazing video was created by Guillaume Juin-ohm, who edited over 80 gigabytes of NASA photographs that were received by the International Space Station from 2011 to 2014, spanning 28, 29, 30, 31 and 34 expeditions. The final product, topped with Vincent Tone dubstep, is called “Astronaut - Journey to Space”. And that's great.
“I wanted to do something different from what has already been done before,” writes Juin. "Something more dynamic and fast. In the end, the ISS travels at a speed of more than 28,000 km / hour!"
Be sure to set the HD resolution and turn up the volume.