The crew of the International Space Station shot thousands of photographs, and editor Michael König put it all together in a mesmerizing five-minute clip. You'll see an especially great vantage point for the Aurora Borealis, and the frequent flash of lightning. Also, some amazing city lights. Why not take a few minutes out your eating and football watching this Thanksgiving and show this wonderful view of Earth - remembering that we all have a lot to be grateful for.
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