Source: http://news.ninemsn.com.au/technolog...se-space-videoA teenager in Croatia has stitched together NASA images to make what has been described as one of the "most spectacular" time-lapse videos of Earth from space.
Tomislav Safundzic, who describes himself as an 18-year-old who enjoys photography and video editing, created the two-minute clip "This is Our Planet" with photos and video from the Image Science and Analysis Laboratory at the NASA-Johnson Space Center.
The video offers a fast-paced fly-by of our home planet, aurorae, stars, and even parts of the International Space Station.
The teen's creation was posted by Ron Garan - an astronaut who spent much of last year at the ISS - on his Google+ page earlier this week.
The video is quickly going viral on the internet and has been described as "mind-blowing" by the Huffington Post.
The ISS orbits Earth an average of 16 times a day and averages an altitude of about 400km.