1. Celestron 1200 Lightraider WIRES


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    • NASA's Earth Day Contest Submission


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      I've applied several times to video editing positions at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in the past so I thought entering this competition would be a nice way of showing what I could do with their footage! This was a really fun project to work on in my spare time. I had some nice help with narration from Daniella Napolitano, a talented artist with a sweet voice. You can find samples of her work at: http://www.daniellanapolitano.com/ The song: "Orchestra Gli Armonici, 100908 Concerto della Madonna dei fiori, 08 E.Elgar, Ave verum corpus" Available here: http://musopen.org/music/piece/785

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      • Celestron 1200 Lightraider


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        The Celestron 1200 Lightraider is a combination of fan art and geek product design. It is a must have astronomy item for the discerning and style conscious star gazer. The aim of the video is to make you want a telescope! The model was created 100% in Cinema4D R13. Post work and the video editing in Adobe After effects and Photoshop (CS5.5) Plugins: Reeper, GSGTransform, Trapcode particular, Music: Tight, straight lines by Danomusic 2012 Modelling stills, wireframes and additional renders can be found here: http://southerngfx.co.uk/2012/05/4408 Disclaimer: The Celestron 1200 Lightraider is a fictitious piece of hardware. Celestron is a real company that started making amazing telescopes in the 1960's. This design is not technically accurate in anyway and has a vague resemblance to some of their high end computer controlled telescopic equipment. Check out some real telescopic equipment here: http://www.celestron.com/astronomy

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        • solar test 800mm Tammy on d7000


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          • Time lapse test 03


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            • our last ToV, episode 1: The Venus Twilight Experiment


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              Our last Transit of Venus is a film project about the Transit of Venus of 5/6 of June 2012. It will be the last of our century. In Episode 1 (of a series of short films that will cover this unique event) Thomas Widemann, planetary scientist at the Paris Observatory, explains the Venus Twilight Experiment. This film project is supported by the European Planetology Network (Europlanet, http://www.europlanet-eu.org). Please visit http://www.vimeo.com/channels/ourlasttransitofvenus for other related videos and links.

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              • Sunspot complex AR1482 on 2012-05-16


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                Eyepiece projection with a Canon SX230 at 14x zoom (f=70 mm) recorded at 240 frames per second. 6-inch f/8 achromat and INTES Herschel wedge. Filters: ND 3.0, polarizer, and a 100 Å fwhm narrow band dielectric centered on 5400 Å (from Baader). Eyepiece: Explore Scientific 100-deg afov 14 mm.

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                • The People of NewSpace: Jose Mariano Lopez-Urdiales, part 1 - zero2infinity


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                  In a meeting with zero2infinity's founder and CEO in San Francisco, Jose Mariano Lopez-Urdiales tells Moonandback how he became interested in space and what his plans are for zero2infinity.

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                  • From Galileo to Galaxy Zoo: Astronomy in the Digital Age


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                    A documentary by Alessandro Mangiafico for his Duke School 8th grade project. Learn about the history of optical and space telescopes, and how anyone can get involved in making astronomical discoveries via citizen science projects like Galaxy Zoo. Brought to you by Estranged Moose Studios!

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                    • Polaris Time-lapse


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                      This is a time-lapse of the stars around Polaris. Canon EOS Rebel XS, 24mm, f/4, 30 second exposures @ ISO 800 with 5 second intervals. Taken over 4hrs 32 min.

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