1. Perigee Moon

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    The moon at perigee in Melbourne, Australia on Sunday 6th May, 2012. Shot with a Sony HVR V1p. Set to Woof by Melbourne band, High Pass Filter

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    • Kinetic Freeman

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      This is a piece of kinetic typography i designed with after effects. I've always been fascinated with science so I thought what better way to pay respect to the subject than to animate a piece narrated by Morgan Freeman from the show "Throught the Worm Hole". So here it is, hope you enjoy.

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      • ESOcast 34: How To Stop a Star's Twinkle

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        We have all looked up at the sky at night and seen the stars twinkle. It may be pretty and romantic, but it is also a big problem for astronomers, as the shimmering starlight blurs observations. In this ESOcast we visit the Allgäu public observatory amid the picturesque landscape of southern Germany. Here, as night falls, a team of scientists and engineers prepares to field test a laser guide star unit, which will soon be on its way to ESO’s Paranal Observatory. This cutting edge technology can help astronomers cancel out the effects of the turbulence in the atmosphere and obtain much sharper views of the Universe. Credits and download options are available on: http://www.eso.org/public/videos/esocast34a/

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        • Fimo Universe

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          Interpreting pieces of the universe with Fimo clay.

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          • The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA)

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            The Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), an international partnership of Europe, North America and East Asia in cooperation with the Republic of Chile, is the largest astronomical project in existence. ALMA will be a single telescope of revolutionary design, composed initially of 66 high precision antennas located on the Chajnantor plateau, 5000 meters altitude in northern Chile. Part 1 of 3 more information: http://www.almaobservatory.org

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            • The construction of Splitrock Observatory

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              This is the story of the consruction of a lifelong dream....from its beginnings in spring of 2005 until now in 2012...this is the histpory of the observatory, and some of the images I have taken with the latest scopes in the observatory....enjoy!

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              • Giants of the Universe Probe Cosmic Questions

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                Clusters of galaxies are the largest structures in the Universe that are held together by gravity. Because of their immense size and mass, galaxy clusters are extremely useful as tools to probe a variety of questions about the Universe as a whole as well as properties of the clusters themselves.

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                • Heaven

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                  Milkyway Sierra Madre Resort, Tanay, Rizal GoPro Hero 4 Silver 2am 05.17.2015

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                  • NGC 281 in 60 Seconds (High Definition)

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                    High-mass stars are important because they are responsible for much of the energy pumped into a galaxy over its lifetime.

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                    • Beginner Astronomy Class- Sept 2012

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                      TelescopeMan records Bradford Leonard of the Texas Astronomical Society at the September 2012 Beginner Class at Richland College. Bradford discusses the types of telescopes during this class. Join us at Richland College, Dallas, Texas on the 1st Friday evening of every month for our Beginner Astronomy Class. Details are on the TAS Calendar link at the top of our web site at www.texasastro.org

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