First Vine From Space Shows the Never-Setting Sun on the ISS

June 10, 2014 10:40 AM

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First Vine From Space Shows the Never-Setting Sun on the ISS

Vine is micro-video-sharing service owned by Twitter, which allows users to post short looping video clips. The first Vine from space was posted on Friday by Nasa astronaut, Reid Wiseman. The six-second video shows an orbit made by the International Space Station (ISS) around the Earth when parallel with the terminator line.

Something that normally takes 92-minutes for the station to do has been showcased in six-seconds, making it a time-lapse Vine video. An interesting point about the video is that the sun does not set on it. Wiseman explains that this is because the ISS is currently travelling parallel along the 'term...

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