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Float Around the International Space Station and View the Earth Yourself in Incredible 360° Video

Bonus points if you find where they're hiding the aliens.

Yes, the Earth really is round (no matter what the Internet tells you), and the best way to experience it is with 360° video. The amazing pictures that astronauts have sent back to Earth from the International Space Station can only do so much, but this video from cosmonaut Andrey Borisenko brings us the closest experience to actually being aboard the ISS and seeing the Earth, in all its beauty, for ourselves.

(via Engadget, featured image via screenshot)

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