A Ship we Share


900 million miles away Earth

900 million miles away Earth

From The Film Maker:

“What does an astronaut see from up there? From the red soil of Africa, the blue water of oceans, to the green lights of the poles and yellow light of human activity, discover, through this journey to space, something astoundingly beautiful and strange at the same time.”

These flyovers since inception have inspired many a film maker, some just hit the mark how one planet seen from 900 million miles away as a spec but up close she truly is a Ship that we share and I guess if one doesn’t understand that you’re more than welcome to go concur Mars.

From Commander Hadfield’s theory, you once again hear of while orbiting the Earth one sees no boarders. He explains the physical separation from earth and the 6.5 billion back home where he feels closer to us all. Commander Hadfield explains, “aboard the ISS which orbits the Earth every 92 mins where you can see everything over and over again those barriers fade, you definitely get a different perspective living aboard a space station it’s all about us, together in this. Some have the perspective naturally others will never get it”.

Astronaut – A journey to space from Guillaume JUIN on Vimeo.

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