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  1. 2012 Time Lapse Compilation

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    Opening petroglyph sequence shot by Bill Mitchell of Blue Sky Stock Footage. Time lapse shot during the course of 2012 in southwestern Colorado and southeastern Utah. "A 200" composed…

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    • NGC 4258 in 60 Seconds

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      A composite image of NGC 4258, about 25 million light-years from Earth, shows an X-shaped pattern when seen in different types of light.

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      • Luna - timelapse

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        • Beginner Astronomy Class- March 2013

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          TAS member Kelley Miller leads this month's class with an update on the Mars Curiosity Mission. The class is held on the 1st Friday of each month at Richland College in Dallas, Texas. The class…

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          • Amateur Telescope Making Meeting - June 2013

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            TelescopeMan records the June 2013 ATMsig meeting of the Texas Astronomical Society of Dallas. This month's meeting features, a binocular chair, a Sonotube for a Dobsonian mounted telescope,…

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            • Night time Lapses

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              • Dreams of Io: Ice for Ares

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                The second in a series of short animations. The "Dreams of Io" are surreal meditations on astronomy, silence, and the mishmashed landscape of recent dreams. "Ice for Ares" was…

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                • ESOcast 56: Gentle Giants in the Desert

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                  For our newest ESOcast, we pose this puzzle: how do you move a 100-tonne giant ALMA antenna 30 kilometres up onto the oxygen-starved Chajnantor Plateau, 5000 metres above sea level and finish the…

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                  • Moon through the Atmosphere

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                    With my telescope even built and the HD-Camera-Adapter, these pictures developed. The telescope has a focal length of 1200mm and 80mm Diameter. The eyepiece has 5mm and is from binoculars including…

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                    • Reflection

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                      This multimedia installation consists of scrim and a video projection. The viewer can walk under the scrim to feel immersed within the projection.

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                      • Hubblecast 12: Murk on a monster planet

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                        Using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers have found the first clear evidence of high altitude haze or clouds in the atmosphere of an extrasolar planet. This discovery reveals a deeper…

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                        • ATMsig- June 2012

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                          The June 2012 meeting of the amateur telescope makers of the Texas Astronomical Society of Dallas. www.texasastro.org

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                          Following 2009 International Year of Astronomy. Real time events #Meteorwatch #Eclipses and other night sky events. Sky at night, star gazing. The sky above is what it's all about. Science, Art and Music close encounter of a third type.

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                          PLEASE HELP keep the group alive and take it over for a little while. SIMPLY select videos daily / weekly - invite contacts to the group.

                          Muriel and Han,
                          sharing the account lately, now offering to let someone dedicated take it from here :)

                          Banner - Saturn, Mars and Rigel...Conjunction with the Moon on July 5th,


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                          Following 2009 International Year of Astronomy. Real time events #Meteorwatch #Eclipses and other night sky events. Sky at night, star gazing. The sky above is what it's all about. Science, Art and Music close encounter of a third type.

                          !!! AWAY FOR a while - March 2011...
                          PLEASE HELP keep the group alive and take it over for a little while. SIMPLY select videos daily / weekly - invite contacts to the group.

                          Muriel and Han,
                          sharing the account lately, now offering to let someone dedicated take it from here :)

                          Banner - Saturn, Mars and Rigel...Conjunction with the Moon on July 5th, 2008. From generous astronomer and Flickr user Makelessnoise flickr.com/photos/makelessnoise/2651258823/

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