We've been keeping tabs on the impressive time-lapsed videos of Earth as viewed from space at night (if you've missed them, see this one and this one), but here's another, slightly different one released by NASA showing a time-lapse of Earth during the day. More specifically, it shows the moon -- surprisingly dwarfed in size -- setting over the Atlantic Ocean.
Watch the footage taken by the International Space Station starting over the Caribbean Islands traveling northwest toward Europe:
The sequence of shots of the full moon were taken by the crew on Jan. 9.
Related: Watch this time-lapsed video from space of the Comet Lovejoy.