Two journeys by land for only 15 minutes?
This incredible fast trip is possible thanks to the release of the International Space Station video from the European Space Agency last week.
The stunning materials, which allow viewers to see certain earthly formations (such as Italy), cloudy masses of the stormy clouds and bright city centers shining from the darkness of the night, make up 21,375 ESA astronauts and Alexander Gerst, commander of the International Space Station.
The video travels from Tunisia across Beijing and through Australia, showing the permeability of the planet twice from day to day, approaching deep blue oceans and clouds that look like paintings.
According to Geek.com, the 15-minute clip was pressed up to 12.5 times faster than the actual observation center's speed.