Orbit - in real time

Via Ben King.... The Earth from the ISS as it completes an orbit in real time...

“Orbit” is a real-time reconstruction of time-lapse photography taken on board the International Space Station by NASA’s Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit.
Typically each time-lapse sequence was photographed at 1 frame per second. Each sequence was processed in Photoshop. A dirtmap was made in order to repair dust, blemishes and hot pixel artifacts that would otherwise confuse the re-timing phase of the workflow resulting in strobes and distracting blurs. Image processing techniques were used to emphasize features on the Earth’s surface.

The length of the film is exactly the same as that of ISS to orbit the Earth: 92 minutes and 39 seconds.

Source: TwistedSifter