Producing time-lapse video onboard the International Space Station while orbiting 250 miles above the Earth at 17,500 miles per hour helps people follow along on our missions, not as spectators, but as fellow crewmembers. -- Ron Garan, NASA Astronaut, Expedition 27 & 28
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Photography from the International Space Station:
Expedition 28 Crew
Editing in Space: Ron Garan
Editing on Earth: Chris Getteau, Todd Sampsel, Dylan Mathis
1:06 Europe to the Indian Ocean 1:35 United States of America 2:01 Aurora Australis over Madagascar 2:26 Central Africa to Russia 2:44 Europe to the Middle East 3:00 Hurricane Katia 3:10 New Zealand to the Pacific Ocean 3:38 Northwest U.S. to South America 4:10 Aurora over Australia 4:34 North America to South America 5:05 Mexico to the Great Lakes 5:16 Hurricane Irene 5:22 California to Hudson Bay 5:38 Tanzania to Southern Ocean 6:00 Central Africa to the Middle East 6:15 Chile to Brazil 6:25 Africa to the Mediterranean Sea 6:37 Zhezkazgan, Kazakhstan
With sincere thanks:
Written by Peter Gabriel
Performed by Peter Gabriel (feat: Melanie Gabriel)
(P) 2011 Peter Gabriel Ltd
Published by Real World Music Ltd.
Courtesy of petergabriel.com
“Down To Earth”
Performed by Peter Gabriel
Music by Peter Gabriel & Thomas Newman / Lyrics by Peter Gabriel
Published by: Wonderland Music Company, Inc. (BMI)/Pixar Music (BMI)
L.A. sessions Produced by Thomas Newman
Produced by Peter Gabriel
Recorded by Richard Chappell
Mixed by Tchad Blake
(P) 2008 Walt Disney Records/Pixar
In November 2011 Avi Klapfer of Undersea Group hosted a pre-production film crew from MacGillivray Freeman Films aboard the M/V Argo to promote the use of their DeepSee Submersible. This video was created to demonstrate the validity of supporting trimix rebreather divers with the submersible to explore the “Twilight Zone” below 250 feet. The dive site was a seamount near Cocos Island called Everest. During the expedition Greg MacGillivray captured preliminary sequences for his One World One Ocean IMAX project. At this time, no production plans have been set.
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