NASA 4K Video from the International Space Station.

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Need some great background for a title sequence or other use? NASA footage is in the public domain because like all government video, this NASA 4K video was produced with U.S. taxpayer dollars. The footage is easily available on the NASA website and on YouTube. And this is stunning video.

Check this directory of all NASA videos. Look for the “Ultra High Definition Video from the International Space Station (Reel 1)”

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