If you’re not one of the 225 people to have set foot upon the International Space Station (ISS), here’s your chance to see what it looks like inside.
NASA has created a new Ultra High Definition (4K) 18-minute video of the ISS, using a fish-eye lens for extreme focus and depth. The footage is accompanied with an orchestral soundtrack reminiscent of Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 movie, 2001: A Space Odyssey (the music has been adapted here for rights reasons).
The fish-eye camera even ventures to Zarya’s Cargo Storage area, where metal canisters are used to store human waste, equipment and dry food (hopefully not together).
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