ESA's Rosetta spacecraft captured the first-ever photos of a comet's surface back in 2014, and now Twitter user @landru79 has transformed them into a video, albeit an extremely short one. That's right, this person used the 12.5-second-exposure photos captured on June 1st, 2016. Continue reading for two more videos and information.
"[I]t's only a pre-work stacking and balancing B/N frames. Next step color GIF using only filters 22 -orange-, 23 -green-, and 24 -blue-. ~6 RGB possible. Will see...much parallax to manage," said the user.