By 31 October 2016 | Categories: news


Ever wanted to travel into space, but knew you couldn't hack it as an astronaut? Then the latest 4K video from NASA is for you. Much like the other videos on its YouTube channel, the Space Station Fisheye Fly-Through offers an interesting look at life in space. 

18 minutes long, the video takes viewers from one end of the International Space Station (ISS) to the other, as we're given a glimpse at what astronauts have to make their way through each day. 

While the commute in zero gravity might lose its appeal after some time, the view of the Earth at the end is certainly worth it. If you have a 4K-compatible display, as well as a sizeable amount of data left for the month, we'd advise watching the video in 2160p for the full effect. 

For an in-depth and high quality look inside of the ISS, click play on the video below. 

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