1. Stay Curious: One Scientist's Story

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    from Mackenzie Reed / Added

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    An astronomer from the Space Science Institute researching star formation of a region called W-40 using NASA's SOFIA infrared telescope remembers his first time using a telescope at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry's Hancock Field Station, and his first discovery of the wonders of our universe.

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    • time lapse trial

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      from Nils Westergard / Added

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      just got a camera timer in the mail today, trying it out

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      • Comet Lulin Time Lapse 2-24-09

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        from Scott Ferguson / Added

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        40 minute time lapse of Comet Lulin during its close approach to earth. Each frame is a 1 minute exposure at ISO 1600 with a Canon XTi and 8" LX200 Schmidt-Cassegrain Telescope at f/10.

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        • Astronomy

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          from Ionut Zamfirescu / Added

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          Documentary

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          • timelapse2

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            Time-lapse shooting with the Canon 5D MkII ( Music track: "Cosmos" gettyimages.com/music/artists/80471-stoutheart-entertainment-damon-stout )

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            • Odyssey 01 (DESCRY)

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              from namastudi / Added

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              This project as it’s name indicates “descry” the life of a young Chilean Astronomer, PhD from CALTECH who lives in New Mexico under the shades of giant telescopes, to get a closer look, a glimpse to what is seen/unseen in the distance. His research based in Blazars, the brightest objects on space that allow us to find super massive Black Holes will be revealed in a brief look to his daily work routine. One that seems tedious and not very rewarding. This project would not have been possible without the collaboration of: Christine Pulliam CfA Public Affairs Office, from CfA Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Dan Clemens, Mr. Quinn Sykes and Profesor Alan Marscher from Boston University Astronomy Department. Nicolás Bustos from the European Southern Observatory (ESO) in Paranal, Chile. Christina Hunt, Emerson Post-production department for sound mixing. OVRO Telescope, CA.

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              • Astronomy

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                Tashi Dorjey, Science Teacher at Druk White Lotus School, talks about taking students to Hanle Observatory in Ladakh.

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                • sun tease

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                  the sun playing with clouds. A close-up of these sunspots here: http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap120714.html

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                  • Spectrum of a Sporadic Meteor

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                    Finally I capture my first meteor spectrum. The technique was simply fit a diffraction grating of 100 lines/mm in front of the camera lens, I regulate the lens with focus distance of 8mm so that the spectrum is broadened as possible and UFOCapture software was used to acquire images. Luckily I got the record of a sporadic meteor bright enough to capture their emission lines, has not yet analyzed the spectrum (blue is closer to the meteor and red at the opposite end). Camera Watec 902h2 Ultimate Lens Fujinon YV2.7x2.9LRD-SA2 Diffraction Grating: 100 lines/mm Locality: São Paulo / Brazil

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                    • Blue Star

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                      from Kimika Ying / Added

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                      An experiment in creating art from science data. The video is made from 961 images taken by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) ( http://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/ ) from 2014-02-18 to 2014-02-28. I made the basic video with JHelioviewer, a visualization tool for solar image data ( http://www.jhelioviewer.org/ ) and used PowerDirector for the final editing. The original images are courtesy of NASA/SDO and the AIA, EVE, and HMI science teams. The music is "Frozen Star" by Kevin McLeod ( http://incompetech.com/ ).

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