'ISS At Night' Video Sets Stunning Space Station Time-Lapse To 'Sunshine' Soundtrack

WATCH: Stunning Space Time-Lapse With Perfect Score

Wow. A new time-lapse video compiling thousands of photos from the International Space Station beautifully reveals what it's like to fly by Earth at nearly 18,000 miles per hour--and the view is pretty jaw-dropping.

Put together by photographer Knate Myers, the video shows the ISS at night and is set to music from the film "Sunshine."

“Every frame in this video is a photograph taken from the International Space Station. All credit goes to the crews on board the ISS," Myers wrote in the caption accompanying his video on Vimeo. "I removed noise and edited some shots in photoshop. Compiled and arranged in Sony Vegas.”

Take a look at Myers' stunning time-lapse above, and be prepared to get chills. Can't get enough? A previous time-lapse video by Tomislav Safundžić also offers a spectacular look at space.

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