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    A MUST Watch

    This is something very cool from NASA , Get ready to be blown away, Turn up the volumn and enjoy a night view of the Earth from the Space station , Trust me



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    Billy, usually the words 'Trust me' are an invitation to disaster, but you are right, that video is awesome.

    Those above the cloud lightning discharges are incredible. I think I remember seeing a doco on lightning strikes, and what we see is a tiny spark compared to what happens on top of the cloud.

    Thanks for the link Mate.
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    Yep, definitely worth it! Thanks mate
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    Cheers for posting that Will, was def worth watching




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    Nice william. Very nice. How amazing is it. For me it was the lights. Gave it a volcanic feel.
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    thanks for the show Bill....loved it. Gee, those northern lights are amazing as well as all the lightning flashes.
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    Wunderbar, Wilhelm! If I may be so indulgent.
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    Thanks for sharing Wilhelm WOW absolutely stunning !!!!!!!!!!!

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    Loved it the lights are beautiful.......I want to be an astronaut when I grow up
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    Quote Originally Posted by old dog View Post
    thanks for the show Bill....loved it. Gee, those northern lights are amazing as well as all the lightning flashes.
    lightning flashes? i thought they were dumb photographers using flash to shoot the space station
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    The auroras look amazing too.

    If I was up in the space station, I doubt I'd get much work done.
    I'd just be staring, gobsmacked, at the earth all the time!

    Great find William.
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    WOW Bill, what a ride, stunning imagery and at 14.6 Mb not such a heavy download
    Cheers David.

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    What a stunning video. Just loved it, thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by kazdez View Post
    What a stunning video. Just loved it, thanks for sharing

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    Very nice. Thanks for sharing the link.

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    Very enjoyable footage. Though it looks similar to one I saw last year, but with different music.
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    one of the better travel experiences Mongo has been on - thanks William - thoroughly enjoyed it !
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    To quote Louis Armstrong's song from many years ago......"What a wonderful world"!
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    Know it well, It was the song Dad picked for his funeral , So Iv'e heard it many times over the years , Now I cant get it out of my head , Just to annoy and enjoy, have a listen to "What a wonderful World" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_M-6VCnf5oE&feature=fvst

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    How awesome were the lightning storms?
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