NASA videos from space

A cool high definition video from NASA, a collection of clips taken from the Space Station, including daytime and night time views.

It features the Northern Lights (aurora).

Stunning Aurora Borealis from Space in Ultra-High Definition

Published on Apr 17, 2016
NASA Television’s newest offering, NASA TV UHD, brings ultra-high definition video to a new level with the kind of imagery only the world’s leader in space exploration could provide.

13 Comments

  1. Gezza

     /  22nd April 2016

    They made it a little too long perhaps. Pretty little planet we live on though isn’t it? Interesting to see how much light connurbations generate at night. Nice little clip of a meteor or flaring re-entry debris at the end.

    • Kitty Catkin

       /  22nd April 2016

      Last Anzac Day, a falling star whizzed across the sky as the Dawn Service was about to begin.

      Every time that I’m up at daybreak, I say that I must do it again and see this marvel as the sun rises, but I never do until I have to.

  2. Kitty Catkin

     /  22nd April 2016

    I still wish that they’d left the moon alone, so that we could imagine it to be like mother of pearl, even though one knew that it probably wasn’t really.

    • Gezza

       /  22nd April 2016

      At least they didn’t leave any hershey wrappers or burger boxes up there …

      • Nelly Smickers

         /  22nd April 2016

        I wouldn’t be so sure about the Geezz…….

        • Gezza

           /  22nd April 2016

          And some people believe the moon landings never happend! There’s the evidence it was all real.

  3. Never A Straight Answer …

    • Gezza

       /  23rd April 2016

      Gidday Uggers. Maybe they keep asking Gay people the questions? Very fuzzy images. You know they get regular supplies sent up in Cargo vessels, pack garbage into some of these and jettison them for re-entry, have crew changes, do work on the station and probably jettison bits & pieces from time to time etc. I’d think if there was any evidence of other unknown powered spacecraft being around we’d all be hearing about it. The Russians, the Chinese, European Space Agenc,y and any others with space programs & radar monitors and hi-res optical telescopes would track them from the ground and be publicly talking about it and asking questions seeing they’re all involved with the ISS.

  4. patupaiarehe

     /  23rd April 2016

    UT, if you don’t trust NASA, there is always the ESA.
    http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Space_Science/Mars_Express
    If you find UFO’s interesting, pay particular attention to the LASCO C3 telescope. Many ‘sungrazing’ comets are first discovered using it….
    http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/data/realtime-images.html
    Or perhaps, if you have a lazy $20k burning a hole in your pocket, this could help…
    http://www.celestron.com/browse-shop/astronomy/telescopes/cgem-1100-computerized-telescope
    Point is, youtube is not a credible source for anything, other than music & cat videos

  5. Point is, youtube is not a credible source for anything, other than music & cat videos

    Source credibility isn’t important if you simply treat it as data. Fact is that UFOs exist and the the simplest explanation for the ones which don’t have mundane explanations is that they are spacecraft from other planets. Therefore you would expect to see UFOs on NASA’s video feed based on the numbers alone. What is significant is that NASA seems to be cutting the feed when they show up.

    • patupaiarehe

       /  24th April 2016

      Fact is that UFOs exist and the the simplest explanation for the ones which don’t have mundane explanations is that they are spacecraft from other planets.

      Of course they do UT. I have seen dozens of them while watching the sky at night. The logical explanation for a moving object in the night sky is a satellite. Until it changes direction…
      To jump to the conclusion that such objects are alien is a bit naive of you. IMHO the simplest explanation is that Lockheed Martin or Northrop Grumman are testing their latest prototype. You do realise that what is revealed publicly by these companies is over a decade old, right?
      Having said that, I don’t think we are alone in the universe. The odds certainly suggest otherwise….