A time-lapse video taken from Crew Dragon shows the Earth as only a handful of the chosen can see it with their own eyes

NASA astronaut Mike Hopkins, who is currently aboard the International Space Station (ISS), has posted an amazing time-lapse video on Twitter. It was filmed by his friend and colleague Soichi Noguchi.

The video in question was taken from the Crew Dragon spacecraft nicknamed Resilience and shows the planet Earth as only a handful of chosen people can see it with their own eyes.

Noguchi himself has published a number of successful films since his arrival on the ISS. One of them is the following shot of the Milky Way:

Recall that on Thursday, April 22, another Crew Dragon - Endeavor - should set out as part of the Crew-2 mission to the ISS. Earlier this month, four astronauts made room for him.

The Resilience ship thus moved to the International Docking Adapter 3 (IDA-3), which was installed on the Harmony module port in 2019. Of course, we will follow the course of the above-mentioned Crew-2 mission live.

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