Clouds barely seem to move over 10 seconds in real satellite footage

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There’s some debate happening around the clouds and how they don’t seem to move quickly enough on Metabunk and that YouTube Short.

I took these two frames 10 seconds apart from the ISS feed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HGQZlK08gQ

The angle is different, but the clouds effectively appear unchanged over 10 second period, with very minor differences, just like in the orb video.

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While there’s parallax here and the cloud layers move, the actual structural shape of the clouds appear to remain effectively unchanged over a 10 second period.

I know these clouds are not as zoomed in and lower quality, so it would be good to get some closer footage to compare if anyone can find anything to highlight more dramatic differences.

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