The Stars As Seen From the ISS
This video was taken by the crew of Expedition 30 on board the International Space Station. The sequence of shots was taken January 23, 2012 from 08:01:56 to 08:16:08 GMT, on a pass from the Pacific Ocean, just off the coast of Mexico, to the North Atlantic Ocean, east of Newfoundland. This video focuses on the stars over the Caribbean Sea, the eastern United States, and southeastern Canada. The Milky Way can be faintly seen throughout the star field as the ISS travels northeast over the Caribbean Sea and towards the southeastern United States. As the ISS continues northeast , lightning flashes can be seen over the southeastern United States before flying over Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York City. The pass ends over southeastern Quebec and the New Brunswick area.
This video was taken by the crew of Expedition 30 on board the International Space Station. The sequence of shots was taken January 22, 2012 from 13:35:50 to 13:48:02 GMT, on a pass over the North Pacific Ocean, from west of Hawaii to just southwest of Vancouver. This video mainly involves the stars over the North Pacific Ocean as the ISS travels northeast towards southwestern Canada. The camera used to take this time-lapse sequence captures a great multitude of stars and constellations as looks west out of the Cupola. The pass ends near Vancouver, where the Aurora Borealis is seen.