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Published on Apr 20, 2012
This video features a series of time lapse sequences photographed by the Expedition 30 crew aboard the International Space Station. Set to the song "Walking in the Air," by Howard Blake, the video takes viewers around the world, through auroras, and over dazzling lightning displays. The sequences are as follows:
:01 -- Stars over southern United States :08 -- US west coast to Canada :21 -- Central Europe to the Middle East :36 -- Aurora Australis over the Indian Ocean :54 -- Storms over Africa 1:08 -- Central United States 1:20 -- Midwest United States 1:33 -- United Kingdom to Baltic Sea 1:46 -- Moonset 1:55 -- Northern United States to Eastern Canada 2:12 -- Aurora Australis over the Indian Ocean 2:32 -- Comet Lovejoy 2:53 -- Aurora Borealis over Hudson Bay 3:06 -- United Kingdom to Central Europe
We're walking in the air We're floating in the moonlit sky The people far below are sleeping as we fly
I'm holding very tight I'm riding in the midnight blue I'm finding I can fly so high above with you
Far across the world The villages go by like dreams The rivers and the hills The forests and the streams
Children gaze open mouth Taken by surprise Nobody down below believes their eyes
We're surffing in the air We're swimming in the frozen sky We're drifting over icy Mountain floating by
Suddenly swooping low on an ocean deep Arousing of a mighty monster from its sleep
We're walking in the air We're floating in the midnight sky And everyone who sees us greets us as we fly