This video (here just a pic) is possible to take with a possible distance about 70km
Then you have this one composite from Google Earth
Then add the motion of the video in correct place and same scale.
Then, composite the rest with more clouds (some clouds maybe real too)
I thought that could be already possible in real time composite video.
But, they say it is already possible yo have a pic each 10 minutes. Congratulations.
In following pic, some clouds are composite without care (some are the same in obvious copy_paste)
NASA fail again Finding 2 cloud formations exactly alike would be like finding 2 snowflakes exactly alike. It's so extremely unlikely, in fact, that even if you looked at every snow flake ever made you would not find any exact duplicates.
The old Himawari satellites (2,3,4 and 5) were to said to spin East to West at 100 rpm and their optical mirror moved up 0.008 degrees from south to north with each revolution.
The VISSR senses radiation and produces images of Earth and its atmosphere one scan line at a time, similar to the way television images are generated. About 2500 scan mirror steps or line scans are required to make a full image of the portion of Earth's disk as seen by the satellite. With its specially designed optical telescope and detectors, the VISSR obtains a complete 20° by 20° scan, produces an image of the full Earth disk every 25 minutes, and transmits that image back to Earth as weather facsimile pictures, showing different portions of the hemisphere. http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/gms-2.htm
In a concave Earth, the disk is the horizon range of the satellite sensors (mostly due to altitude and sensor sensitivity, although the "lens hood" is probably the culprit here) which is about 18,000 km. They can't see the poles or a lot of the arctic/antarctic circle as their range isn't far enough.
I have these geo weather satellites attached to their payload fairing which sits on the glass. In the above Japanese satellite's case, the AHI (imager) spins or rotates at 100 rpm within the fairing with its optical mirror moving south to north.
Ahhh so very interesting. The same cloud formations copy pasted. Wow I believe they have the same team of animators working behind all these projects. And they are lazy. Check out an article I did on Disney's "Frozen" having tons of subliminal images: