Breathtaking! Magnifique! Espectacular! आलीशान! Brilhante!
No words or languages can describe what you see in this video. The vastness of the universe, the brilliance of the sky, the awesome pictures of Earth… just gorgeous!
This time-lapse compilation of images taken from NASA’s International Space Station has been created by Russian photo blogger Dmitry Pisanko. He looked through 95,600 photo files and spent one month editing the pictures to create the time-lapse film.
According to rt.com, it took Pisanko, three months to find the perfect score for the film. The composition called ‘Experience’ by Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi compliments ISS Symphony beautifully.
Dmitry Pisanko suggests you watch the film: 4K, dark room and volume up.
Go Viral recommends the film because:
1) Wow! Creativity and curation.
2) He uses images from the International Space Station but turns it into a jaw-dropping film on space and earth. The music fits perfectly.
3) Full screen. Dark room. Volume up. (Repeat)