4K movie taken inside with the fisheye lens while floating in the International Space Station fluffy

It is jointly operated by the United States, Japan, Europe, Russia etc.International Space Station(ISS) has a structure in which "modules" such as an elongated tube are connected, and the inside can be moved back and forth between the inside. A movie taken with fluffy while having a 4K camera with a fisheye lens is released by NASA in the inside of such ISS.

Space Station Fisheye Fly - Through 4K (Ultra HD) - YouTube

The configuration diagram of the whole ISS looks something like this. In this movie, it is attached to the third coupling partCupolaStarting from the window part called the first, visiting the Russian side module "Zarya", I returned to the American side module "Destiny", visited the Japanese "Kibo" and European "Columbus" It seems that I go through the route of returning to cupola at the end.


It is the figure of the earth that can be seen beyond the hexagonal glass window. First of all, it is the state of the cupola which can see the outside from ISS. By the way, Cupola's window glass has a three-layer structure, and usually shutters are dropped to prevent collision of debris (space rubbish) and to shut down the internal temperature control.

Through a slightly dark passage ......

We will proceed to the "Unity" module connecting the US side and the Russian side. This module was the earliest part launched by ISS.

Arrived in Yotsubashi inside Unity. If you look carefully, the badge of the mission crew that visited the ISS so far is affixed to the wall diagonally to the right.

The camera arrived at the "Zarya" of the Russian side module.

When entering a place like a hangar, an orange box containing emergency ammonia defense mask is placed.

It is said that waste, equipment, and space food are stored in this area.

Leave Zarya and return to the United States again. Pass the cupola and reach the end of the other side. Turning left here leads to the Japanese Experiment Module "Kibo", turning to the right leads to the "Columbus" of the European Experiment Module.

First turn left to "Kibo". You can see on the wall that "← TO JEM" (Japanese Experiment Module) is written.

Inside "Kibo". Numerous laboratory equipment and computers are lined up on the wall, and at the tip part, an air lock (airtight door) leading to the outboard experiment platform is established. Astronaut Takuya Ohnishi who finished the four-month long-term stay mission after conducting a number of experiments here got the Russian Soyuz MS-01 spacecraft at 9:35 am on October 30, 2016 in Japan time On the boardLeave the ISS, The same day at 0:58Landing on Republic of KazakhstanI finished my assignment successfully.

Next to "Kibo", "Columbus" of the European Experiment Module. Various experiments such as life science, material science, fluid physics, etc. are done here.

On the way back to Columbus and back to Cupola. On the right and left of the aisle there are compartments for astronauts to sleep.

Looking at the opposite side of the corner leading to the cupola, there is an air lock that the astronaut enters and leaves when doing extravehicular activities.

I came back to Cupola. Dazzling light is entering from outside the window. Beyond that ...

The blue earth floating in the universe of darkness was shining.

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