Stunning 4K Fly-Through Of The International Space Station

November 10, 2016


This is an absolutely beautiful 4K fisheye lens fly-through of the International Space Station (watch it on your new 4K early Black Friday deal TV at home!). It's hard to believe that thing is even up there. Also, what's up with all the empty beer kegs at 5:45? Have those astronauts been up there partying without me? Not cool, spacebros. If you're throwing an intergalactic kegger my name should be at the very tip-top of the invite list. Hopefully right above some good looking alien ladies. Or some not so good looking alien ladies, I don't care, I'm a personality guy anyways. Man, fantasy life is so much better than reality.

Hit the jump for the video and pretend you're floating in space for a few minutes.

  • hovnik

    We're all floating in space my friend.

  • Darren John Haden Ford

    nice but why can you never see any of the 2,271 satellites orbiting the earth.?

  • The_Wretched

    If they are close enough to see, they are close enough to put a rather big hole in the station. And then there is the delta-V.

  • Darren John Haden Ford

    thats true but most are the size of a bus. You think you would see a few.?

  • The Magnificent Newtboy

    If you think about it, they are probably further away from most of them than the people on the surface of the planet. Lots more space out in space.

  • Jenness

    Wow, I had no idea how totally claustrophobic this was. This would make most people go stir crazy in less than a week - much less how long they stay up there. How cool - I can totally check off being jealous of astronauts now.

  • The_Wretched

    Most are very fit uber-christians. They are good at closing out reality mentally.

  • Jenness

    Holy cow - how can you imagine to pull out anti-christian bias out of a 4D video of a space station? That's takes deep-seated resentment to the 'talent' level. *slow claps*

  • The_Wretched

    I don't make the selections and the people that do know what works for that context.

  • Wonfis

    Can you imagine having the psychological pressure of the void pressing in from every side too? Being literally the only thing for miles and miles, the most isolated people in the solar system.

  • Jenness

    Well now I can!

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