NASA Publishes the First 8k Video Made in Space

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We have often seen footage taken on the International Space Station, but what we propose today is the first video recorded entirely at 8K resolution.

Born thanks to a collaboration between ESA and NASA, it was realized using a Helium 8K cam produced by the RED company, arrived on the ISS in April as a payload during a supply mission transported with a rocket produced by SpaceX. The video shows some scenes of daily view of the astronauts hosted on the ISS, while they work and conduct experiments.

Already in the past, NASA has published numerous videos in 4K exciting, where for example it was shown the behavior of water droplets in combining with food dyes in a microgravity environment.

To conclude, we know that to be able to enjoy this video at full resolution will be really few, but if you are among the lucky, you can see it at this link and on Youtube by selecting the correct resolution, we propose to follow.

 

Ikechukwu Onu is a writer, front-end dev, and digital junkie with a profound interest in all things tech. When not reviewing gadgets or apps, he enjoys contributing in groups and forums, tinkering with websites, and hanging out with friends.

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Ikechukwu Onu is a writer, front-end dev, and digital junkie with a profound interest in all things tech. When not reviewing gadgets or apps, he enjoys contributing in groups and forums, tinkering with websites, and hanging out with friends.

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