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Fly though the International Space Station in Ultra HD 4K

Take a serene 18 minute tour of ISS in 4K, a rare point-of-view that you’d experience as an astronaut floating through International Space Station’s passageways. The video begins and ends within its renowned Cupola observatory module and views of our planet approximately 409km (254 miles) below. NASA teamed up with Harmonic to film the cinematic ISS fisheye fly-through for their NASA TV ultra-high definition (UHD) channel, launching in early November 2016.

Want a narrated tour? Try this: A 25 minute tour of ISS with Commander Sunita Williams. Follow that with How the International Space Station Was Built.

via Kottke.

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