It’s been a busy week here in London. I arrived back from the Space Nomad adventure and started a new job over at Audioboo. That doesn’t mean the space dreams are over, in fact I’ve already put a collage of space pictures up opposite my desk, it just means I’m going to have to work twice as hard to fit in the blogging. Despite the backlog of things I’d like to tell you about, I wanted to share this with you right away.
Have you ever wanted to see just how much cloud there really is over London in the course of a year? Well clever cookie Nathan Bergey has made a video consisting of images taken roughly once per day from NASA’s Terra satellite using the MODIS imgaer. He stitched together and added some music to make a cool of time-lapse. I like it muchly, so here it is.