People have been getting very excited about videos from the International Space Station ISS apparently broadcast "live" on Facebook - but they are not what they appear to be. The pictures are certainly stunning - astronauts in space suits apparently working outside the ISS against the background of the blue orb of the Earth. Huge numbers have watched and commented on the feeds. Some 17m people viewed the "live" on Unilad 's Facebook page and another 26m people watched four hours of footage on Viral USA 's page.
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Venture into space and you may experience a phenomenon called the overview effect. It comes with seeing Earth, a small, blue marble, against the vastness of space. Everything suddenly seems small, yet marvelous. Astronauts who've felt it have described an intense feeling of connectedness with humanity, and a profound euphoria similar to what you might experience in deep meditation. Two creative technologists have created an oddly mesmerizing website that provides something approximating the overview effect, by drawing on the most mundane thing you might imagine: YouTube videos. Scenes from a high school weight lifting competition might follow a birthday party in Texas that follows a man in Russia repairing his motorbike. You never know what to expect, yet the videos share something in common. The result is a fascinating glimpse at the mundane, perplexing, and oftentimes sweet events of everyday life. Wong and Thompson started building Astronaut. It was completely the opposite of what we were going for.