1. NASA Beautiful Images of Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Milky Way, Space: Cosmic Journey trailer

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    A stunningly beautiful, totally immersive journey from Shuttle launch to the far edge of the known universe and back. Embrace one of the finest experiences using images from Hubble and Cassini and using our very own custom technology to see the clouds of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, gaseous nebula and far away galaxies brought to life like you have never seen before. Nasa images.Saturn. Milky Way.Cats Eye.Mars. Jupiter.

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    • iPad Running Cassini and Sunrizer with the Bitstream 3X and MKS-80

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      In the video I have focused on illustrating how one might use two iPad synthesizer apps and a hardware synthesizer together including Cassini, Sunrizer, and the MKS-80. The BS3X is used as both the iPad interface and MKS-80 controller. No computer is required, but a simple change of cable allows for a computer to be integrated into this setup because the MOTU UltraLite interface and standalone mixer has MIDI I/O. In other words two MIDI interfaces are still necessary with a computer, but prior to this experiment I was only using the BS3X as a controller for the MKS-80 and bypassing the class compliant USB MIDI interface functionality. Since the USB hub was required I also added the QuNexus to the setup. This was dedicated to feeding notes into the arpeggiator in Cassini. The keyboard controller was split so that in the low end I could play the MKS-80 effect then tweak it with the BS3X knobs and sliders as it decayed. In the upper end of the same keyboard I played a lead sound programmed in Sunrizer. See more at: http://audiocookbook.org/low-latency-wired-midi-with-ipad-and-bitstream-3x/

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      • ScienceCasts: The Mystery of the Missing Waves on Titan

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        Visit http://science.nasa.gov/ for breaking science news. Saturn's giant moon Titan is dotted with hydrocarbon lakes and seas that bear an uncanny resemblance to bodies of water on Earth. Strangely, though, Titan's lakes and seas have no waves.

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        • Around Saturn

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          Waltz Around Saturn with this video showing highlights from Cassini's exploration of the giant planet, its magnificent rings, and fascinating family of moons. (WARNING: this video may not be suitable for people with photosensitive epilepsy) The video is dedicated to the memory of Margherita Hack, astrophysicist and popular science writer (2013) She made me love the stars music Dmitri Shostakovich - Jazz Suite No.2: VI. Waltz 2 - Armonie Symphony Orchestra (thanks to Erica Alberti for suggestion) image from Cassini–Huygens spacecraft mission to the Saturn system by NASA and European Space Agency edit by Fabio Di Donato This video shows a selection from more than 200.000 pictures taken by the Cassini Spacecraft around Saturn's Rings in a period between 2004 and 2012, published through the Planetary Data System between June 2005 and June 2013 - If you want to know more about the mission please visit http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/ For an in-depth explanation of what you can see in this video here is a great article by Phil Plait: http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2013/07/27/_around_saturn_a_time_lapse_video_made_from_cassini_images_of_the_ringed.html And yes, at 2:10 you can watch the moon of Mimas where the large Herschel crater makes the moon look like the Death Star in the movie "Star Wars" by George Lucas https://janus.astro.umd.edu/front/pages/links/Mimas1.html An interview by Ben Richmond on the making of Around Saturn: http://motherboard.vice.com/blog/this-is-how-video-artist-fabio-di-donato-made-around-saturn RAW images were processed to PNG thanks to the Vicar-to-PNG procedure provided by Jessica McKellar and Adam Fletcher: https://vimeo.com/41634392 I used a 30 fps sequence, 1 picture x frame Friday, July 19th 2013 @ 2:27 p.m. Earth was captured in a photo taken by NASA's Cassini Mission to Saturn. This video partecipated to the ‪#‎WaveAtSaturn‬ and #DayEarthSmiled events http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/news/waveatsaturn/ For more images from space please watch: Delicate Home https://vimeo.com/58976799 Dancing with the Stars https://vimeo.com/53957628 GRAIL https://vimeo.com/57892410 If you enjoyed the fast montage please watch: PLAY https://vimeo.com/35792474 Feel the tech touch https://vimeo.com/52861540 or jump on the cockpit of a high speed train: Mad Train (4 min) https://vimeo.com/69354910 Tunnels (8 min) https://vimeo.com/55198112 For more videos with classical music: Vivaldi https://vimeo.com/66522821 Strauss https://vimeo.com/35496757 Thanks to Miura Trabucco for constantly reviewing my works and always suggesting the right thing (and for the title :-) This is not the first video made with Cassini footage, here in the vimeo community you can find many other great videos on Saturn, please watch them Some articles about this video: http://www.universetoday.com/103587/waltz-around-saturn-with-this-beautiful-animation/ http://earthsky.org/space/video-ride-with-the-cassini-spacecraft-orbiting-saturn http://www.lecosmographe.com/blog/superbe-video-mondes-de-saturne-cassini/#.UenayWTAXf1 http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2013/07/27/_around_saturn_a_time_lapse_video_made_from_cassini_images_of_the_ringed.html http://www.smithsonianmag.com/video/Waltz-Around-Saturn.html http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2013/07/25/this-video-montage-of-saturns-rings-and-moons-is-simply-gorgeous/ http://wired.jp/2013/07/28/cassini-around-saturn/ http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-57595984-1/fly-around-saturn-in-gorgeous-short-film/ http://www.giantfreakinrobot.com/sci/saturn-trippy-photomashing-video.html http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/NASA-Sonde-Cassini-Video-laedt-zum-Walzer-mit-dem-Saturn-1926094.html http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/innovations/wp/2013/07/29/nprs-scott-simon-tweets-from-his-mothers-bedside-opens-a-window-on-grief-to-the-world/ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/29/saturn-waltz-video-cassini-orbiter-shostakovich_n_3660401.html http://www.lifo.gr/team/lab/40230 :-) Love, Fabio

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          • In Saturn's Rings First Official Teaser in 4K

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            First official teaser for "In Saturn's Rings", a giant screen space film for IMAX®, giant screen and fulldome theaters distributed by BIG & Digital, coming spring 2014. To watch in 4K, download "original file" (you need a fast computer and a 4K monitor to view it full rez). http://www.insaturnsrings.com/ https://www.facebook.com/insaturnsringsmovie https://twitter.com/insaturnsrings The film is 100% created using only flat 2D photographs (often hundreds or thousands per frame) stitched together for massive hundred megapixel+ resolutions that are scaled and zoomed using techniques developed by the filmmaker, based on Ken Burns and 2.5D photo animation processes. A computer is actually not even required to do this - it could all be done exactly using photoanimation techniques from 100 years ago (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photoanimation). No 3D models, texture mapping, 3D CGI, camera projection, cloning or painting or any other VFX techniques are used - every pixel is what was captured in the photograph. The photographs are processed as minimally as possible - much less than your average Instagram photo. For booking/leasing info: http://www.biganddigital.com/ IMAX® is a registered trademark of IMAX® Inc.

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            • What Cassini Sees

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              Raw, uncalibrated images from the Cassini spacecraft in sequence to get an idea of what Cassini photographs as it orbits Saturn. Most of the video is focused on Saturn’s moon, Prometheus, as it orbits the planet. If you look closely, you can see how the moon disturbs Saturn’s F-ring, tugging on the particles with its own gravity and creating a rippling effect. Cassini only has 1 megapixel black and white cameras. The beautiful high resolution color photographs of Saturn taken by Cassini are stitched and composited here on earth. This is test footage from the forthcoming film for IMAX theaters "In Saturns's Rings" http://www.insaturnsring.com

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              • The Planets - Saturn

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                The Cassini spacecraft has returned some incredible imagery of Saturn. Here are selected images, courtesy NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute, edited with Gustav Holst's "Saturn, The Bringer of Old Age" from his Planets, Op. 32. Selected and edited by Mark Gray. www.spacecraftfilms.com

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                • Saturn Makes an Announcement

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                  Science and Faith merge in this video of a unique hexagon surrounding Saturn's North Pole and first imaged by the Cassini Satellite. The Hexagon has long had mystical significance. Although visible in infrared in 2009, the image came to visible light in 2012 during the onset of Summer in the planet's Northern Hemisphere. Edgar Cayce, the most well-known psychic of the 20th century predicted in 1934 that between 1957 and the time that Cassini would be launched that HIS light would be "seen again in the clouds." Despite sophisticated computer modelling, the explanation for the precise geometric symmetry of this formation has puzzled scientists. Does it have mystical significance? Cayce certainly did not specify that the clouds were to be terrestrial. We leave its interpretation to you.

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                  • Science Bulletins: Saturn System Is Showing Its Age

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                    A new study uses thousands of infrared photographs of the Saturn system to reveal that the planet’s moons and rings are older than expected. A surface dusting of dark minerals helped conceal their age, but distributed underneath is an abundance of water ice—a telltale leftover from the earliest days of the Solar System, billions of years ago. Science Bulletins is a production of the National Center for Science Literacy, Education, and Technology (NCSLET), part of the Department of Education at the American Museum of Natural History.

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                    • ScienceCasts: Saturn Close Up

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                      For more go to: http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2013/25apr_saturn/ Saturn and Earth are lining up for a beautiful view of the ringed planet. Saturn will be at its best and brightest on April 28th.

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