1. Cometa PANSTARRS des de La Seu d'Urgell


    from Cúpula Celeste Added 11 0 0

    Transicció del cometa Panstarrs el 15-03-2013

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    • Comet C/2012 K1 PANSTARRS 05-25-14


      from Ric Heins Productions Added 16 0 0

      Comet C/2012 K1 (PANSTARRS) 5/25/14 - 12:15 AM CDT Captured with Stellacam 3 Celestron C14 Fastar Minnesota Astronomical League - Eagle Lake Observatory, Norwood-Young America, MN iPhone photos of video monitor

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      • The GNM project


        from Vasco Fachada Added 9 0 0

        Auroras, exploding meteors, planets, comets and even cowboy UFO's landing on the Moon.

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        • Scar on the Sky


          from Tomek Skiba Added 391 1 0

          This is a collection of timelapse videos I shot over last couple of months, in different locations including Peru, Bolivia, Cuba and Scotland.

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          • C/2011 L4 PANSTARRS


            from Tommy Eliassen Added 913 0 2

            Comet panstarrs setting to the west of Meløy, Norway on March 19, 2013.

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            • Tale of a Little Comet


              from JIA HAO Added 1,469 39 8

              Comet Pan-STARRS (C/2011 L4), discovered in June 2011, was expected to become a bright naked eye comet in March 2013. However, comets are like cats, they have tails, and they do precisely what they want (by David H. Levy). The comet failed to live up to people's expectations. Though its peak brightness reached as bright as mag +1, the tail development was disappointing. While normally a comet this bright should display a tail up to 10+ degree long, comet Pan-STARRS only developed a broad, low-surface-brightness dust tail with a length of 3 degrees after it passed perihelion and ventured to northern hemisphere's sky. Though comet Pan-STARRS failed to become a naked eye spectacle, it did offer some fine photo opportunities for the northerners. One of the highlights of this comet's display, is probably its close encounter with the Andromeda Galaxy (M31) in early April, which was a beautiful sight both visually and photographically. I took advantage of a home visit to China to follow comet Pan-STARRS at its best. This short time-lapse compilation includes footages from three clear nights within a period of 15 days. I came up with some graphics to demonstrate how the orbital positions of the comet changed with respect to the sun and inner solar system planets. From the graphics, it is obvious that the comet wasn't very well positioned and always remained rather distant from earth. Had the comet visited a few months earlier, we might have been greeted with great excitement instead of disappointment. Anyways, we still have comet ISON to look forward to later this year. Let's keep our fingers crossed. Equipments and Software: - Canon 5D Mark II - Canon 50D - Canon EF50mm f/1.4 USM - GBTimelapse for bulb-ramping control Music: (royalty-free and licensed under Creative Common LIcense) - mindthings - Shine (http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/423114/shine)

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              • Celestial light show with comet pan-starrs


                from Tiina Törmänen Added 3,385 51 14

                My first timelapse project. I spend last winter season at Iso-syöte fell. I was working there. At some point of winter I came up an idea to film timelapse about night sky. I ordered some motion control systems and started to film on March 2013 . So here is the result of my first journey into timelapse world. It was not so easy process to learn and understand all systems and filming routine mostly at -20 - -30 c cold. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Filmed March - April 2013 , southern lapland , Finland. Few clips is from Riisitunturi national park other clips are filmed around Iso- syöte. Filmed with Canon 5D mkII , samyang 14 mm & canon 24-70 usm L lenses. I used Emotimo TB3 and Dynamic perception stage one systems for motion control. Music: Sami Pakila www.tiinatormanen.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Tiina Törmänen

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                • Comets 2013


                  from Hayling Graphics Added 2,987 1 0

                  Showing 3 comets which approach the sun in 2013. However this is a 2D view with the comets actually diving in from above the ecliptic plane high, looping about the sun and climbing back out again.

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                  • My Story: Broad Run AP Physics Class


                    from LCPS-TV Added 705 1 0

                    The 2007 Broad Run High School AP physics class discovered an asteroid, a feat topped only by this year's class discovering three. Learn how they pulled it off, and watch them celebrate with gusto.

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                    • Signs in the Heavens, Jewish Feast Days, Amazing Numbers!! MUST SEE!!


                      from humblehorse Added 79 0 0

                      Amazing and Stunning observations about the timing of the tribulation!!!

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