1. Zoom Space from the Moon to Earth

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    Zoom Space from the Moon to Earth through the Sun Rising, See More HD Broadcast Graphics at http://www.rollingspider.com/

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    • Sunrise of Earth From the Moon

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      Sunrise of Earth From the Moon See More Broadcast Graphics at http://www.rollingspider.com/

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      • Expanding Universe - Nobel Laureate Professor Brian Schmidt

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        In 1998 two teams traced back the expansion of the Universe over billions of years and discovered that it was accelerating, a startling discovery that suggests that more than 70% of the cosmos is contained in a previously unknown form of matter, called Dark Energy. In 2011 Professor Brian Schmidt, leader of the High-Redshift Supernova Search Team, was named joint winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics. Brian and his team’s work on the expansion of the Universe fundamentally changed astrophysics – it opened up a whole new area of science and introduced the world to the concept of Dark Energy. In this one off special event for Perth, Nobel Laureate Professor Brian Schmidt described this discovery and explained how astronomers have used observations to trace our Universe's history back more than 13 billion years, leading them to ponder the ultimate fate of the cosmos. A bit of background on Brian: Born in the US, Professor Schmidt came to the Mt Stromlo Observatory at ANU in 1995 after completing his PhD at Harvard. Brian is continuing his work using exploding stars to study the Universe, and is leading Mt Stromlo’s effort to build the SkyMapper telescope, a new facility in new South Wales that will conduct the most detailed study ever of the southern sky. In addition to the 2011 Nobel Prize, Professor Schmidt has been awarded the Australian Government’s inaugural Malcolm McIntosh award for achievement in the Physical Sciences in 2000, The Australian Academy of Sciences Pawsey Medal in 2001, the Astronomical Society of India’s Vainu Bappu Medal in 2002, and an Australian Research Council Federation Fellowship in 2005. In 2006 Schmidt was jointly awarded the US$1M Shaw Prize for Astronomy, and shared the US$0.5M 2007 Gruber Prize for Cosmology with his High-Z SN Search Team colleagues.

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        • Astrochemistry Enters a Bold New Era with ALMA

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          National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) astronomy Anthony Remijan describes a new technique for combining broadband laboratory spectroscopy with broadband astronomical observations of the spectral "fingerprints" of complex molecules in space to identify molecules and understand how they form and evolve in space. This video was produced in association with the NRAO press release posted here: http://www.nrao.edu/pr/2012/widespectra/. Producer: Tania Burchell Editing: Bill Saxton

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          • Waihi School Observing session with South Canterbury Astronomers Group

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            Waihi School Observing session with South Canterbury Astronomers Group, filmed on Nikon D3s with 25000 iso and one red light torch. Over 60 students and adults attended, superb clear sky, a range of different telescopes on hand for the session.

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            • Killarney Sept 2012

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              Just my shots from last weekend in Killarney, Ontario. I am still working on a couple of full length short that I suspect I will have completed in a couple of months.

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              • Starlight time lapse with transiting celestial objects

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                Yeah a lot of words in the subject. View in 1080P and full screen, and you can see transiting satellites. Shot with my Nikon D800E. Do video editing other than music by: Carly Comando "Everyday" Excuse the one hot pixel. Video was shot at a 6400 ISO so there is one or 2 because it is unedited.

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                • Izaña Observatory

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                  Timelapse of the Milky Way crossing the sky above one of the observatories at Izaña, Tenerife

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                  • Chris: the transit of Venus

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                    2012 has been another fantastic year for the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition, with more entries than ever before being submitted from all around the world. We visited three of our entrants on location to understand the story behind their pictures. This short film follows Chris Warren from Edinburgh, UK, winner of Our Solar System category for 2012. rmg.co.uk/astrophoto flickr.com/groups/astrophoto Credit as 'Royal Observatory Greenwich/ Lonelyleap'.

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                    • Graham: a moment in time

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                      2012 has been another fantastic year for the Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition, with more entries than ever before being submitted from all around the world. We visited three of our entrants on location to understand the story behind their pictures. This short film follows Graham Relf from Whitley Bay, UK, highly commended for Our Solar System category 2012. rmg.co.uk/astrophoto flickr.com/groups/astrophoto Credit as 'Royal Observatory Greenwich/ Lonelyleap'.

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