Seeing One Day Pass On Earth From Space Is Beyond Stunning

Seeing One Day Pass on Earth from Space Is Beyond Stunning

Video: This is what one day looks like on Earth from space. The footage condenses 24 hours of imagery from Japan's Himawari-8 satellite into 12 seconds and shows us how the our beautiful blue marble peels itself from the darkness in unbelievable detail. The reveal of Earth is just beyond words. No planet is as beautiful as Earth and videos like this where we see Van Gogh in the moving clouds mixed with the colours of our land mass projected against the blue, no other planet even comes close. Geo de Graff writes:

Japan's Himawari-8 satellite is in stationary orbit over New Guinea where it captures some truly amazing imagery of the Earth. Every day the satellite captures imagery of the western Pacific, Australia, and parts of Asia, Antarctica & Alaska.

Glittering Blue is a video of Himawari 8's imagery from just one day. The video shows 24 hours of imagery from August 3rd 2015 in 12 seconds. What makes Glittering Blue stand out is its sheer size, which really showcases the amazing quality of Himawari-8's imagery.

To see Glittering Blue in an even more stunning resolution, click here.


Comments

    Be cool to zoom in and see how one day in a part of a world pans out and then go back and do it again but in another part of the world.

    Mostly the ocean. It'd be cool to see the majority land mass and how it lit up at night. This one is just too dark at night. Not impressive except for cloud movement

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