Sahil Bloom

@SahilBloom

about 1 month ago

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This video of a rocket launch viewed from space is mesmerizing. t.co/nRmpdwaDtk

Ok, so now I might end up spending my entire Friday watching videos of interesting space things… Incredible footage of a volcanic eruption viewed from space t.co/6d8CV9S6fJ

Earth at night from space is romantic and magnificent. I hope to one day experience this view with my own eyes…t.co/ncgOiCVOOi

Incredible photo of the Amazon River taken from the International Space Station! (photo credit: @NASA) t.co/7zALkQpeql

Ok, now the Earth is just showing off... Spectacular aurora viewed from the International Space Station. t.co/6BwO0cK04n

The Himalayas, as seen from the International Space Station. Still impossibly large and beautiful. t.co/6FbOrkLV3s

Ok, I’m having way too much fun to stop now. Let’s keep going… Mount Fuji, as seen from the International Space Station. t.co/xmuEUGI5rA

Apparently sunsets are even more romantic in space…t.co/kI2alMIZPM

Ok, I’m starting to understand your obsession @elonmusk… Want to feel small? This video starts in Venice and zooms out a long, long, long way. t.co/6SkuTdp5Jj

I got worried that Jupiter may be feeling left out. Here’s a beautiful time-lapse of two of its moons orbiting the planet, shot from space probe Cassini by NASA’s Kevin Gill. t.co/tZ0LLxlLxM

Sorry, took a quick break to hang out with this little dude. I’m back now… t.co/OQI2d0u9Pp

Nature in all its glory. Storm clouds over the Amazon from @NASA_Johnson t.co/immKB1YkNc

Sometimes you see a beautiful reflection off the water from a plane, but that’s nothing like this… The Sun’s reflection on the Pacific Ocean, as seen from space. t.co/4LZa6KEuzC

Oh my goodness…Antarctica. Credit to the @NASAGoddard for this glorious image. t.co/Q4uDE5ujsc

Comet NEOWISE appearing over the Earth at dawn. Video shot from the International Space Station. t.co/KbT1b8mEWc

Ok, this was a wonderful rabbit hole to go down. Follow me @SahilBloom for more random, fascinating rabbit holes in the future. I’ll probably be *forced* to add to this thread today as I find more amazing videos and images…

Always remember: we’re all in it together on this tiny dot hurtling through empty space at 67,000 miles per hour. Go hug someone. t.co/zvKQbn374Y

Tough thread for Flat Earthers. Sorry, y’all.

On the topic of feeling small: this from @waitbutwhy. We are living in a one second sizzle of brightness before an eternal darkness. If that doesn’t make you want to hug someone, nothing will. t.co/kK4XSrSqT5

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