Watch The First Ever Vine From Space

Care of astronaut Reid Wiseman. Simply astounding.

1. This is the first ever Vine from space. It’s a time-lapse video of the International Space Station (ISS) orbiting the Earth.

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2. In the six-second video, the sun never sets because the ISS is flying parallel to the terminator line (the boundary between day and night).

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3. Wiseman went into space at the end of May 2014 on the Russian Soyez rocket.

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4. Since then he’s been sharing his exploits aboard the ISS with our planet on Twitter.

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6. As well as breathtaking images like these.

Passing storm dumps snow on southern Argetina.

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Gorgeous glacial flows near Straits of Magellan. I was there in �.

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8. Truly we are living in the future.

Goodnight from space. Our planet is almost all ocean and so pretty.

— Reid Wiseman (@astro_reid)
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Robyn Wilder is a staff writer for BuzzFeed and is based in London.
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