1. Light up


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    Malou, a little girl with a passion for astronomy, lives in a world without any stars. One evening something does finally appear and it will change her life forever... Light up is a short film made by Aveline Stoquart and David Duvieusart, students at the Haute École Albert Jacquard in Namur, Belgium. Malou, une petite fille passionnée d'astronomie, vit dans un monde sans étoiles. Un jour, elle en aperçoit une filer dans le ciel et part à sa rencontre à l'aide de sa petite navette... Light up est un court métrage d'animation réalisé par Aveline Stoquart et David Duvieusart, étudiants à la Haute École Albert Jacquard à Namur, Belgique. Watch the making of! http://vimeo.com/29284874 Music by General Fuzz: http://www.generalfuzz.net/ Copyright © 2011 Aveline Stoquart & David Duvieusart

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    • South Celestial Pole


      from Martin Whipp / Added

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      240 still photos joined together in two different ways to produce timelapses of the rotation of the night sky around the pole over a 7 hour period. Shot at the Stockport Observatory, to the North of Adelaide, SA, home to the Astronomical Society of South Australia. I've gotta say - I'm well pleased with this one! :oD Music is "Play Dead" by Bjork and David Arnold.

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      • Stars at night Mt. Hood Oregon USA. Time Lapse Video by Steven Koch Photography. Please watch in HD.


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        This was my first try at astro time lapse photography. I shot this with a canon 5D Mark II. It took about 3 hours to shoot 13 sec of footage. Music used for this video was by Dexter Britain http://www.dexterbritain.co.uk. Thank you Dexter..... You can view more of my work at http://www.stevenkochphotography.com

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        • ATACAMA


          from Adhemar Duro / Added

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          A collection of night timelapses captured at the Atacama desert and at the ALMA Observatory (www.http://www.eso.org/public/teles-instr/alma/). Music: "The Temperature of the Air on the Bow of the Kaleetan", by Chris Zabriskie. If you enjoy my video, please feel free to share! I'd appreciate that! DO NOT COPY MY WORK. EMBED IT TO YOUR SITE, OK?

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          • An Eclipse Chasing Time-Lapse Journal


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            An annular solar eclipse swept across Australia on May 10, 2013. Together with 4 other fellow Malaysian astronomy hobbyists, we embarked on a road trip in Western Australia to chase the eclipse at it's best - a sunrise "ring of fire". 16 days, 4000km+ of road travel, the trip covered some of the most deserted and most beautiful places of Western Australia. Despite the unstable weather, we were blessed with an unforgettably jaw-dropping "ring of fire", mesmerisingly colourful moments when the sun dipped to the vast, flat Indian Ocean, and joyful nights when the milky way shined at its full glory far away from city lights. This 5-minute-long video documents the entire trip in the form of time-lapse, including mostly my humble and amateurish attempts on day-to-night holy-grail transitions. Dolly movements and HDR techniques were used in certain footages. Few daytime footages were taken due to time constraints. Special thanks to a Malaysian friend of mine for kindly lending his Canon 16-35 lens to me. Overall the footages can't really do justice to the real scenes we saw, and some truly amazing photo-opporutunities were ruined by wet weather. Anyways one needs to be physically there to enjoy the best of a solar eclipse, and, this beautiful state of Australia. Enjoy! Equipments and Software: - Canon 5D Mark II x 2 - Canon EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM - Canon EF70-200mm f/4L IS USM - Canon EF50mm f/1.4 USM - Canon EF15mm f/2.8 Fisheye - Dynamic Perception Stage-One Dolly System for motion control - GBTimelapse for bulb-ramping control Musics: (both are royalty-free and licensed under Creative Common LIcense) - mindthings - Human Feelings (http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/96702/human-feelings) - Sky & Clouds - Gyro Experiment 1 (http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/512205/gyro-experiment-1)

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            • Dark Nights II


              from Graham Gaunt / Added

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              I was lucky enough to spend a week on the beautiful Island of St Agnes, isle of Scilly during an unusual stretch of very good clear weather. I spent every night awake dragging my gear out at dusk and returning to sleep at dawn. No matter how much I thought I had planned out each shot the unraveling of the nights events always brought new and different surprises. photo stills http://500px.com/GrahamGaunt Many thanks Kevin MacLeod for the soundtrack. http://incompetech.com/ Dark Nights II was shown at Cornwall Film festival, http://www.cornwallfilmfestival.com/category/2013films/cornish-shorts Also posted on Universe Today here: http://www.universetoday.com/103058/timelapse-dark-nights-of-st-agnes-isles-of-scilly/ And featured in BBC Sky at Night Magazinehttp://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/issue/september-2013

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              • Perseids Meteors & Morning


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                Full HQ Shots Available for Stock Purchase on All Major Sellers: For Links Click here: bit.ly/ZSppe3 August 13th, 2010 Shot on Canon EOS 7D EF-S18-135mm Zoom Lens 3.5 2 miles deep in La Jolla Canyon, near Malibu, CA Footage for upcoming shorts collection DEVOLUTION II: Reckoning. Didn't get a tonne of meteors, but a great sky and a terrific morning. Lens fogs up at 0:52. Anyone got an in-field solution for that problem? :) Special thanks to Hikemaster, Camera Assistant and Sommelier Michael Darrow.

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                • Eclipse totale de Lune


                  from Yves Boisjoly / Added

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                  (2013-09-05: Look for the HD version of this same clip on my Vimeo home page) Total Lunar Eclipse on February 20, 2008 at 07:35 PM EST. 29 pictures every 5 minutes with the Canon EOS Digital Rebel and William Optics FLT 110 Triplet APO. Retouched in "Gimp". Aligned with "Keiths Image Stacker". This video is license by Creative Commons under Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Canada http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/ca/deed.en_US The music of this video is made by Art Yenta Annecy, France (http://www.myspace.com/ledauphin) and is license by Creative Commons under Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 France http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/fr/deed.en_US

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                  • Earth and Sky Photo Contest 2013


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                    The winners and notable photos of the 4th International Earth and Sky Photo Contest, (twanight.org/contest), a program by The World at Night (TWAN) in collaboration with the Global Astronomy Month (www.astrowb.org) and the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO). The contest theme is Dark Skies Importance. Similar to TWAN itself, the contest also aims to reclaim the natural beauty of starry sky and to help preserving the dark skies which are not yet dominated by artificial lights. The images in this video are copyrighted by the photographers. Feel free to share the video (embedding or sharing the link) to promote the contest in non-commercial way. Permission is needed from TWAN (info@twanight.org) for any other use. The music is by sound artist Thomas Nordwest (www.thomasnordwest.com). Winner photos and more information on the contest page: www.twanight.org/contest

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                    • WHO AM I?


                      from Bodhi Films / Added

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                      Follow me here: Facebook.com/bodhifilms Twitter: @bodhifilm A timelapse video narrated by philosopher Alan Watts which attempts to answer the question WHO AM I? The answer, of course, is I AM THAT. This question and answer are taken from an ancient Vedic Upanishad which I first became aware of many years ago through a book by Joseph Campbell. What it means is simple: The external world is the internal world and vise versa. It's a profound concept which has undoubtedly changed my life. I made this video because I want to share this idea and I hope that it reaches someone and has a positive influence on them, as it has with me. We search for meaning in the world and we ask the big questions like 'Who am I?' The works of Joseph Campbell and Alan Watts have helped me discover the truth and now my life is richer and deeper. We are not strangers in the world, infact, we are very much apart of it! MUSIC BY: M83 -- 'My Tears Are Becoming a Sea' Video Licensing available through www.bodhifilms.com

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