ESA Just Released The Longest Earth Time-Lapse In History
The International Space Station is officially twenty years old. Which if you've seen Interstellar, it could be a hundred years old for all we know. Still, to celebrate this feat of human achievement, the European Space Agency captured and released the longest time-lapse of Earth we've ever had the privilege of viewing.
The wild characteristics happen on the dark side of our rock. When the light from massive cities like Beijing produce enough light-pollution to illuminate the ISS in total darkness. The only complaint being fielded currently in the YouTube comment section is the total missed opportunity to dub over Toto's "Africa" while traversing that continent.
I only know this because it was my complaint.