Time-lapse of 9/11 Memorial Museum build will inspire you

Video from Ground Zero shows just how much progress has been made in a decade as a nation rebuilds.

Video screenshot by Anthony Domanico/CNET

Since the devastation of 9/11, the US has been in a state of recovery. Shortly after the attacks, EarthCam CEO Brian Cury installed a webcam at New York's Ground Zero to document the progress at the site. Since then, he's installed several other cameras around the location that capture the recovery efforts from multiple angles and has released a few videos as progress has been made.

With the 9/11 Memorial Museum having opened to the public on Wednesday, EarthCam released an official 9/11 Memorial Museum Tribute time-lapse video to show the world the recovery made in just a decade. The video covers the period from October 2004 to May 2014, and it's truly inspiring to watch just how far we've come in such a short period of time.

Check out the video below to see the progress at Ground Zero.

(Via Time)

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Crave freelancer Anthony Domanico is passionate about all kinds of gadgets and apps. When not making words for the Internet, he can be found watching "Star Wars" or "Doctor Who" for like the zillionth time. His other car is a Tardis.


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