One Second GIF Made From Photos of a Comet’s Surface [WATCH]
If you're a space-nut, this is for you.
I'm not afraid to admit it, I'm a huge space nerd. Some days I'll get on YouTube and start watching some Pawn Stars clips, and the next minute I'm watching a video detailing what might be inside a black hole. When I get on space videos, they might as well be a black hole for my life, because I literally can't get off of them.
I even bought a $20 telescope last week for the back patio. Although I can't see anything but a barely zoomed in moon, I'll still spend 20-30 minutes a night looking through that thing.
Naturally, when I came across this GIF on twitter, I knew I had to share it with you.
This GIF is only one second long, but there's a little more to the story. The GIF is not a clip from a video. It's actually 25 minutes worth of photos, that were taken off the surface of a comet. A FREAKING COMET!
The photos came from the Rosetta space probe while it was on Comet 67-P.
Check it out!