Jones explains, "I found that if the coyote fell off a cliff it would take eighteen frames for him to disappear, then fourteen frames later he would hit. It seemed to me that thirteen frames didn't work in terms of humor and neither did fifteen frames; fourteen frames got a laugh."
This montage of time-lapse photography from the International Space Station is collected from many taken in Expeditions 29, 30 and 31.
The previous sequence, 'All Alone In The Night' (http://youtu.be/FG0fTKAqZ5g), highlighted night sequences and spectacular aurora light shows and intended to give a feeling of flying through space.
The goal with this sequence was to bring a bit more attention to the station itself, including the humans aboard it, particularly Don Pettit (appearing in the final shot) who took many of the sequences in this montage.
0:03 - Bosnia & Herzegovina to Ukraine Mission: ISS031, Frames: 55446-55591
0:08 - South Atlantic Ocean, between Brazil and Liberia Mission: ISS031, Frames: 154281-154472
0:16 - Greece and Turkey Mission ISS031, Frames: 26008-26202
0:24 - South Pacific Ocean, near Peru Mission: ISS031, Frames: 48993-49186
0:32 - Turkey to Syria Mission: ISS031, Frame: 76590-76782
0:39 - Libya to the Mediterranean Mission: ISS031, Frames: 25782-25972
0:47 - Indian Ocean, between Kenya and Madagascar Mission: ISS031, Frames: 50818-51010
0:54 - Pacific Ocean, south of Japan Mission: ISS031, Frames: 117700-117772
0:58 - Pacific Ocean, facing North passing Hawaii Mission: ISS031, Frames: 101027-101674