Earth from Space: Houston, Texas
The Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission takes us over Houston, the most populous city in Texas and the fourth largest in the US, in this week’s edition of the Earth from Space programme.
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Not only Earth from Space: Houston, Texas brings beautiful images.
But also a nice performance torch
Hi, I really enjoy these videos, but if I may give some constructive feedback, I think these videos would greatly benefit from a higher framerate. This would make the currently quite stuttery panning motion a lot smoother.
I love watching Earth from Space but as a Houston resident I never expected the city to be featured here. It's a strange feeling to see the gorgeous Copernicus Sentinel-1 images focus on the part of the world you see everyday! Thank you for focusing on our little spot on the Gulf Coast!
She is so beautiful.
Thank you for that video and you great work!👍👍👍🇩🇪
Why do not you see satellites from the ISS?