Techradar called our attention to the latest video posted on the ReelNASA YouTube channel, a 4K video of space shot at 60 frames per second. We've embedded the link below. [Update: A longer, four-minute video has now been added, which you can find here.]
Have you ever wanted to experience the vastness and wonder of space for yourself? NASA is about to take you one step closer with 4K UHD videos at a silky framerate of 60fps on its ReelNASA YouTube channel.
In a tantalizingly beautiful 20-second teaser [embedded below], we get to catch a brief glimpse into the horizon, a look into the future of modern video content and space exploration. The short flashes and images in ReelNASA's UHD debut video show just how far technology has come since we huddled around the television to watch the grainy footage of Neil Armstrong's first step on the moon.
ReelNASA is no stranger to breathtaking videos uploaded from the International Space Station. One of the channel's biggest upload, "Astronaut's Eye-View of NASA's Orion Spacecraft Re-Entry," is an exhilarating peek into the helmet of a space explorer.
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