1. Cow Ark Star Trails


    from Dave Walker Added 4 0 0

    Doing a bit of astronomy in the Forest of Bowland. Music also by me. Made from 637 individual photographs, 20 seconds each, then built up with StarMax using "Add Max and Save steps...". Video created using Sony Vegas and music done with Steinberg Cubase.

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    • Satellite Technology Field in Desert - Loop


      from Matthew Butler Added 210 1 0

      Download this video here: http://goo.gl/dv9ZL This is a 1080p motion graphics video a large field of satellite dishes in the desert with clouds in the sky flying by and the satellite dishes facing different positions during this time-lapse. Video is seamlessly looped for endless playback. This concept could be used for astronomy, satellite dishes, global communications, technology, radio telescope, telescope, outer space research, etc.

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      • Milky way


        from Lars Anker-Rasch Added 25 1 0

        Trying to get a good exposure for the milky way is not always easy. Approx 3 hours of 30sec exposures.

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        • Jungle Sunset Calcium K-line Filter: Long Video - March 31, 2013


          from Joseph Brimacombe Added 3,588 0 0

          Taken between 1757 and 1800 (UT+10) from Coral Towers Observatory using a 60 mm Lunt CaK Solar Telescope at F/8.3 and a Skynyx 2-2 camera. 1350 frames shown at double speed LINK Short normal version of this video: http://www.flickr.com/photos/43846774@N02/8610424976/ Short negative version of this video: www.flickr.com/photos/43846774@N02/8610429480/ Image: www.flickr.com/photos/43846774@N02/8608381849/ Info about the sun on this day: www.spaceweather.com/archive.php?view=1&day=31&mo... Info about Ca K-line solar observations: www.stephenramsden.com/SOLARASTROPHOTOGRAPHY/Observing%20... Music by The Eagles: Desperado

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          • Orion Setting Over Alfred University


            from Elliot Severn Added 93 0 0

            Time lapse taken at the Stull Observatory at Alfred University.

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            • Comet and the Northern Lights


              from Babak Tafreshi Added 75.9K 357 21

              Featured on National Geographic News website http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2013/04/02/new-timelapse-video-comet-dances-with-auroras/ In a peaceful evening twilight of northern Norway on March 20, 2013, Comet PanSTARRS (C/2011 L4) appears with a sudden burst of aurora borealis or the northern lights over a fjord near Tromso. Soundtrack: Shimmer by Steve Kornicki. For inquiries please contact me (btafreshi@twanight.org). Still photography of this enchanting aurora display on my photo website: 1- dreamview.net/dv/new/photos.asp?id=102602 2- dreamview.net/dv/new/photos.asp?id=102606 3- dreamview.net/dv/new/photos.asp?id=102603 4- dreamview.net/dv/new/photos.asp?id=102604 5- dreamview.net/dv/new/photos.asp?id=102605

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              • Memories of Stars


                from Christoffer Boman Added 34 0 0

                Visual animation by Christoffer Boman Music by Mark Snow

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                • Astronomy in Timor Leste


                  from Jaya Ramchandani Added 56 0 0

                  This is a photo story of a journey I took to the country Timor-Leste with the larger aim of introducing astronomy among the children and public. The project was a student ambassador project of the Universe Awareness Foundation (www.unawe.org). Our days were packed with activity, laughter, tempers, disillusionment, hope, joy, and love. We conducted activities for over 800 kids over two days, one in the capital city of Dili and one in a town-village called Gleno, a teacher’s training program for about 40 teachers on how to introduce astronomy in the classroom, and a public observing event for the transit of Venus, which occurred on June 6, attended by about 3800 people from the capital. The team included Cindy (our ever trusty project officer, who took care of our lives), Pedro (the international project manager of UNAWE, our supervisor and guide), Ana (the program coordinator from Timor Leste, an amazing spirit and math teacher and almost an astronomer), Me (a universe opener), Carla (a super-passionate Portuguese fellow student and dear friend), and Ainil (a gentle Indonesian soul and an excellent astronomy out-reacher).

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                  • Nice exploding meteor - 30th March 2013


                    from Martin Kessel Added 65 0 0

                    Nice exploding meteor - view looking east from Stoke on Trent Recorded 2013-03-30 at 21:56:28

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                    • Astral Neurology, video 1 of 2


                      from Chelsea Voss Added 50 0 0

                      For this video I collaborated with a neurology student and a fellow sculpture. We dyed a cross-section of mice brains to better understand the neural activity at their time of death. The healthy mice had many neural connections; the elderly disabled mice did not. By using an electron microscope we were able to take many photos of this cross section at different depths. We then connected them together into a video, which as far as we know this technology has not been used to do so before. The resulting video seemed very astronomical, which is fitting. The complexities and possibilities of the brain are as vast and beautiful as the universe.

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