1. Look Up - The Southern Stars

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    Time-lapse film shot in Australia with a selection of shots from Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. I spent three weeks driving from Melbourne to Brisbane with good friends capturing the Southern stars and nature along the way. This was the first time I had visited Australia and also the Southern hemisphere, the scenery and stars were quite breathtaking! Such a different sky and the milky way is so strong in comparison the the Northern hemisphere. I cannot wait to get back down there and do some more shooting and catch up with old friends again. Music composed in Logic Express. To see more work please visit:
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    • AMASING Assembly

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      Time-lapse showing the assembly of AMASING (Aperture Masking And Speckle ImagiNG).

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      • Origin

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        a short sequence about the big bang and the origin of life...

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        • NASA SDO - Magnetic Forces Unveiled (April 4 - 8, 2012)

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          One thing leads to another, literally. The correlation between the magnetic field structures observed near the surface of the Sun (revealed in the black and white magneto grams, seen through the HMI instrument onboard SDO) and the loops and active regions that are visible higher up in the corona (seen in extreme UV light through the AIA instrument onboard SDO) is striking and fun to see revealed. The video clip that fades between the two views shows activity over 4.5 days (April 4-8, 2012). The strong black and white regions indicate strong magnetic polarity. These same areas, when viewed higher up in the solar atmosphere, show how the forces generate the bright loops of materials spinning along these extended magnetic field lines. It's interesting to, in essence, digitally peel away the layers. Credit: NASA SDO Sound: Didgeridoo - a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians of northern Australia

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          • The Planets - Dava Sobel - Gresham College Lectures

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            Dava Sobel is the author of 'Longitude', a prize-winning international bestseller, and 'Galileo's Daughter', which was shortlisted for the Pulitzer Prize. Dava Sobel talked about her latest book 'The Planets' in which she tells the human story of the nine planets of our solar system. This groundbreaking new work traces the lives of each member of our solar family, from myth and history, astrology and science fiction, to the latest data from the modern era's robotic space probes. Whether revealing what hides behind Venus's cocoon of acid clouds, describing Neputune's beauty, or capturing the excitement at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory when the first pictures from Cassini at Saturn were recently beamed to earth, Dava Sobel's tour of the solar system is filled with science, history, biography and storytelling. All our lectures are available for free download from the Gresham College website, in video, audio or text formats: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Gresham College professors and guest speakers have been giving free public lectures in central London since 1597. This tradition continues today and you can attend any of our lectures, or watch or listen to them on our website. Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gresham-College/14011689941

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            • This is Our Sky

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              "This is Our Sky!" is a general astronomy show that targets 3rd grade, with elements of interest spanning Preschool to 6th Grade. Join Luna and her friends for an exploration of the sky, seasons, moon phases, constellations, and planets. Ott Planetarium in association with Weber State University College of Science and Department of Physics presents THIS IS OUR SKY! written and directed by Ron & AmyJo Proctor produced by Ron & AmyJo Proctor executive producer Dr. Stacy Palen starring Emmy Beecher Sophie Beecher Kaylee Graham Sami Graham Ava Ingalsbe Tucker Inglefield Rigel Proctor and Murielle Parkinson as Luna with music from Jewel Beat - jewelbeat.com 3d visual effects by Blender - blender.org

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              • When the sun don't shine

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                This is a mixed-media educational film made for the Bangalore Astrofest 2010. It uses a combination of live action, 2d and 3d animation.

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                • Fox Observatory - April 2012

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                  from Dustin H. / Added

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                  A time lapse I put together using still photographs taken at the Fox Observatory in Southern Florida. It's my first composition with multiple scenes and music so it's short and simple :)

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                  • Moon Venus and Jupiter / Lune Vénus Jupiter

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                    25 march 2012 Local time : 20h20-21h36 245 shots of 2s every 10s lens 50@5.6 ISO 800 Eos 350D/Rebel XT, home made intervallometer

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                    • Sun rotation

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                      from Deepak Dogra / Added

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                      Time lapse video showing one rotation of the sun, which it does in approximately 25 earth days. The video is made by shooting one photo of the sun at the same time of the day for 25 consecutive days, which is the sidereal rotation period of the sun(rotation at the sun's equator). Shot through an h-alpha solar telescope.

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