Check out this mindbending timelapse of Planet Earth in full 4K resolution. The images that make this up were captured by the Electro-L weather satellite over a few days in 2011. The satellite makes a 121 megapixel image every 30 minutes.
And this is the result.
Martijn: "Just after a short rain shower, the sun peeked through. With still some drops falling I launched my drone up quickly. Slowly the full circle showed up. 17 pictures were stitched to capture (almost) the whole phenomenon in one picture."
Credit: Martijn Harleman
Location: Gorssel, Netherlands
Date: September 16, 2015
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