1. Highlights of the Night Sky - March 2015 | Astronomy Space Science Video

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    More space news and info at: http://www.coconutsciencelab.com - what to look for in the night sky during March 2015. Please rate and comment, thanks! Credits: STScI

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    • Il m'a semblé sur mon épaule..." - Orphée aux Enfers (Offenbach)

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      Duo d'Eurídice i Júpiter (Duet de la mosca), de "Orphée aux Enfers" (1858), de Jaques Offenbach, interpretat per la companyia Da Camera al la sala petita del teatre Atrium de Viladecans el dia 1 de febrer de 2015. Baríton/Júpiter: JoanSebastià Colomer Soprano/Eurídice: Paula Sánchez-Valverde Piano/Direcció musical: Viviana Salisis Direcció escènica: Joan Anton Sànchez Edició vídeo: CulturalDogs culturaldogs.wordpress.com

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      • Galileo Spacecraft Flight Path

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        Galileo Spacecraft visited and orbited Jupiter by using gravitational sling shots from the earth and venus. This video whos the flight path and also each orbit of Jupiter until it deliberately dived into Jupiters Atmosphere.

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        • Light and Shadow in Jupiter's Moon System

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          A mutual occultation of two iovian moons occurred ob Feb. 12, 2015: Io (the innermost of the Galilean satellites) occulted Ganymede, the largest of all moons in the solar system. Colleagues Hans Kirch and Georg Görgen had a 12" Newtonian and a ASI 120MM video camera equipped with a Planet Pro IR-pass filter at their disposal to record the event. Despite poor seeing conditions, they managed to image the passing of Io and its shadow before Ganymede. Video footage used with permission. Credit: Hans Kirch/Georg Görgen (www.monschauer-sternfreunde.de)

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          • Algumas Cervejas Paulistanas: Jupiter e Flug - Episódio 111

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            O estado de São Paulo é um dos grandes polos cervejeiros do país, e cidades como Ribeirão Preto, Votorantim e Piracicaba são paradas obrigatórias para quem quer conhecer excelentes cervejarias. Porém não é só no interior que se faz cerveja! A capital paulista também tem visto o surgimento de ótimos novos produtores. Sempre procuramos incluir rótulos locais nas nossas cartas de cerveja, e na loja Mestre-Cervejeiro.com Perdizes, a primeira da rede em São Paulo/SP, não foi diferente. Aproveitei a abertura da loja para provar algumas cervejas paulistanas: Flug Weizenbier, Júpiter Tânger e Júpiter American Pale Ale. A Flug é uma marca nova, que nasceu na panela. É de Guarulhos, região metropolitana de São Paulo, mas é produzida em Gramado/RS. Este é o primeiro lote da cervejaria, uma boa Weizenbier que tem sido muito bem aceita. A Júpiter, apesar de também ser uma cervejaria jovem, já é reconhecida entre os cervejeiros e cervejeiras. E não é por acaso, pois as duas cervejas que provei são excelentes. A Tânger é um ótimo exemplar de witbier, cítrica e refrescante, e a American Pale Ale é impressionante, com frescor de lúpulo muito intenso. Acompanhe a degustação, e aproveite para conhecer a nossa loja em Perdizes!

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            • "Vision" - February 22, 2015 - Church In The Farms - Jupiter, FL

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              Chris Siggins, Lead Pastor www.mycitf.com

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              • Look Up

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                My first timelapse video. Taken using my Canon 40D. Music - 'The Stars Are Out' By Dexter Britain.

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                • Ganymede Crossing Near Jupiter's Red Spot Through a Dirty Spaceship Window

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                  ***Disclaimer: Straddling the line between scientific accuracy and "looks kinda cool". Process, then Rendered Shot Here's a first pass at using some satellite photos to render a cool looking scene of the star that never was, Jupiter. To get the red-spot twirl to deform better, I'm feeling I need to corner pin the satellite photo to make the red spot circular, then go from there. Music by Tuba Skinny and then made sleepy and sad with reverb and EQ

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                  • Lemon Dance

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                    Diving with lemon sharks in Jupiter, Florida

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                    • Beyond the Spheres

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                      Space Voices, what we can't here, what we can't see. Beyond The Spheres is a marriage of Art and Science. This work utilizes radio wave emissions in space that were recorded by NASA’s Voyager and Cassini satellites as they passed near Saturn and Jupiter, to create a compelling and unique film that is both an aesthetic and science experience. By extracting the features of these space voices, the visual actions and behaviors of particles were controlled to create appealing visual movements. Some mathematical equations have been used to control the movements, Velocity, Turbulence Size, Turbulent Displace, Time Factor, Size, Color and Speed of those particles based on the audio. Beyond The Spheres has been screened and won awards in several festivals around the world, including nomination in the 40th Student Academy Awards, OSCAR. Credits: Director and Animator: Meghdad Asadi Lari www.meghdadasadi.com Space Audios: National Aeronautics and Space Administration Jet Propulsion Laboratory University of Iowa University of Arizona European Space Agency  California Institute of Technology Music: VideoCopilot.net Director’s Bio: Born 1982 in Shiraz, Iran and currently living in Rochester, NY, award winner director, animator and Student Academy Awards nominee, Meghdad Asadi Lari started his higher education in 2000 by studying Electrical Engineering in Shiraz University and continued to M.Sc. in Communications Engineering. During his graduate studies, he discovered his passion for graphic design and animation. Familiar with all aspects of aesthetics, his artistic and creative abilities have been recognized by professionals as fast and precise. Not long after completing his technical degrees did he decide to step into the art field as a creative professional. He started his MFA in Computer Animation and directed and produced several animations which played at festivals worldwide and gained several national and international awards. He finished his MFA degree in 2014 with faculty awards for his thesis film, Simorgh.

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