Tag: earth

In February of last year, I posted a video of a meteor falling to earth that was caught on a Russian dashcam camera. The video was remarkable and I remember it bringing to light how many vehicles in Russia are equipped with dashcam cameras (Wirecutter has a review of the best ones by the way). […]

Here’s a wonderful pop-up book illustration of how Pangea turned into what we know as Earth today.

The thing with time-lapse videos is that after you watch a lot of them, they all start to blend together. I’m convinced I didn’t post this video already, but all of it seems so familiar. Still beautiful as always though.

This montage of time-lapse photography from the International Space Station is collected from many taken in Expeditions 29, 30 and 31.