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ISS041-E-8840b

The video was created from a sequence of 772 images taken aboard the International Space Station recently.

I created the image at top by stacking and processing 52 images from the timelapse sequence and then processing and replacing the foreground.

Images courtesy of the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, NASA Johnson Space Center.

I used DeepSkyStacker to stack the images, I used PixInsight for some heavy noise reduction on the foreground, and then I combined and tweaked everything in Photoshop.

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10 Comments

  1. Reblogged this on wwenchlabs and commented:
    This is NOT fake! Well done!!

  2. Wow! Well done!! :)

  3. Very neat work! May I put a link to this (and your video) on bit.ly/issexp4041 (south of Fiji?)

    • hughca
    • Posted September 25, 2014 at 8:51 pm
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  4. This fantastic video is pinned to map http://bit.ly/issexp4041 just south of Esperance, Australia; (I tweeted same message); thanks Hugh for your wonderful work!

  5. Hi Hugh. Great work. May I use the image and video in a news article on The Weather Network website? http://www.theweathernetwork.com/news/

    • hughca
    • Posted September 26, 2014 at 8:03 am
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    Thanks Scott, sure you can use them.

  6. I’m completely impressed with your creative and thoughtful application to bring this to fruition. Simply…..WOW! I hope to see more like this :-)

  7. I’m completely impressed with your creative and thoughtful application to bring this to fruition. Simply…..WOW! I hope to see more like this :-)

    • hughca
    • Posted December 3, 2014 at 9:20 am
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    Thanks very much!


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  2. […] out the video at the top to see how the final product turned out, and then head on over to his website if you’d like to read a brief explanation of the process he used to create […]

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