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Viktar Malyshchyts
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Viktar Malyshchyts » Sat Sep 14, 2013 11:41 pm

One of the most beautiful natural phenomena are misterious noctilucent clouds (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noctilucent_cloud). These night clouds appear only few times in the summer at very high altitude - about 80 km! Due to this they are illuminated by direct solar rays and seem to a ground observer emitting light themselves. Belarus is situated at ideal latitudes to observe this phenomenon and can be named The Land Under silver Clouds. In this short film all observations of noctilucent clouds in the summer 2013 are shown.


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Re: Submissions: 2013 September

Postby markg » Tue Sep 17, 2013 1:44 am



The Art of Night is a short film of highlights from my astrophotography journey. It contains imagery from when I first seriously started photographing the night sky until now.

Images, time-lapse and video were shot over a period of three years around the Wellington region on the North Island of New Zealand. This region is blessed with relatively low light pollution and has some of the darkest skies in New Zealand once you head out to the remote areas of the Wairarapa.

Overall I shot more than 20,000 individual images for the time-lapse with the final edit consisting of just 3,000 of those. This equates to approximately 25 hours of real time footage within the film.

I hope you enjoy the the film as much as I did making it

http://markg.com.au

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Rothkko » Sun Sep 22, 2013 5:38 pm

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Canon 60D+Canon 400 f/5.6L; f/32, 1/800; iso 100; nd filter 64x.
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Re: Video Submissions

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Postby Sandgirl » Wed Sep 25, 2013 8:05 pm

Home at the Shore
Copyrights: Jack Fusco

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Postby Sandgirl » Wed Oct 09, 2013 8:50 pm

Geosynchronous satellites entering and leaving Earth's shadow
Fernando Cabrerizo

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Sandgirl » Sat Oct 19, 2013 7:05 pm

Grasshopper 744m Test | Single Camera (Hexacopter)
Credits: SpaceX
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A Starry Night of Mt.Kilimanjaro

Postby kwon o chul » Fri Oct 25, 2013 4:34 am

A Starry Night of Mt.Kilimanjaro, 2010.

From sunset to sunrise, i spent whole night with my camera.
See fireball, milky way, geostationary satellites, and etc.



Kwon, O Chul.
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POLAR SPIRITS

Postby ArcticLightOle » Sun Oct 27, 2013 10:41 pm

This short-film is awarded Vimeo Staff-pick, and consist of over 1 year of footage, as well as real-time sequences of some furiously fast moving auroras! Such scenes may never have been captured before..
Among the natives in Nordic regions as well as north America, auroras was considered to be the dancing spirits of the dead..

Although we today know most of the scientifics behind the auroras, it is no wonder that auroras are mentioned in many folklores, and it is understandable it sometimes can make people religious when watching it.

To me, auroras is THE most fantastic astonomical phenomenon, and it is the only astronomical phenomenon we can experience in this size and speed with our own eyes, if you are close, but not at, the poles of our planet.

This is the year of solar maximum of our current solar cycle, so this is the year to watch for auroras.

A primary goal in making this film was to show the auroras dance as close as possible to realtime speed, given the short time available in a short-film.

In the opening sequence auroras were accompanied by several humpback whales breaching for air, it was just an amazing experience standing there listening to the whales and watching the heavenly dancers above.


This is "Polar Spirits";



Ole C. Salomonsen
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Thomas Ashcraft » Wed Oct 30, 2013 9:40 pm



Solar Flare Visible in the Hydrogen-alpha Wavelength with Radio Telescope Emissions

This video document is the capture of an optical solar flare along with its radio reception. I'm not sure, but this merging of the radio and optical into one instrument might be a first in science.

This was an impulsive xray flare originating in active region #1875. The flare generated strong Type V solar radio emissions that my radio telescope received at 28 MHz and 21.1 MHz. The optical view is the Sun recorded in the hydrogen-alpha wavelength at 656.28 nm. My telescope is a 50 mm double stack with a narrow bandpass of .5 angstroms.

As the video begins you can hear a radio operator keying Morse code on the 28 MHz channel. As the flare gains force the terrestrial radio reception is supplanted thoroughly with solar flare emission and drowns out the Morse code until the solar pulsation subsides and the keying returns.

(NOTE : The video can be expanded to full screen by pressing the icon in the lower right corner of the player after the video starts.)

More various observations at http://www.heliotown.com
Thomas Ashcraft | Heliotown | New Mexico

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby laotramitad » Fri Nov 01, 2013 7:38 pm

Haziak1

An stratosferic balloon project.



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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Sandgirl » Sat Nov 02, 2013 10:55 pm

Time Lapse movie of Matterhorn by night
Copyrights: Michael Steffen
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Night Sky in Ukraine - Time Lapse
Copyrights: Valeriya Silant`eva and Denis Slivka
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Star trails
Copyrights: Ajay Talwar

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby philto » Wed Nov 06, 2013 4:15 pm

October gigantic solar prominence animation

On october 9th 2013, between 10:00 and 12:00 UTC, the seeing was poor, the wind (named “Mistral” locally ) was very strong and irregular and some clouds occured from time to time. However, using a 150 mm coronograph of my personal construction and a Skynix 2.1 M camera, I could take 30 short videos that were processed in order to get out as homogeneous as possible 30 single pictures.
Then amateur astronomer Jean Pajus assembled these pics using some tips to obtain the attached 20 secondes movie.


Copyright 2013 Philippe Tosi & Jean Pajus

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Sandgirl » Sun Nov 10, 2013 5:35 pm

Kepler Orrery III
Copyrights: Daniel Fabrycky
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Nitpicker » Mon Nov 11, 2013 12:00 am

Sandgirl wrote:Kepler Orrery III
Copyrights: Daniel Fabrycky
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Outstanding!

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Sandgirl » Mon Nov 18, 2013 9:50 pm

Colors in The Night
Copyrights: Stephane Vetter

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby massimor » Wed Nov 20, 2013 1:05 pm

Massimo Rodolfi presents: Stars, Clouds & Northern Lights, 8th of November 2013, from Iceland
This video is the combination of three time lapses recorded on the same night, the 8th of November 2013, at Heistheimar, Iceland, with three Canon 60da, one looking West, with a Sigma 18mm f2,8, one looking North, Canon 18mm f3,5, one looking South, Sigma 8mm f3,5. Each frame taken at 6400 iso, for a time of exposure of 15 seconds, from evening to dawn.

Copyright Massimo Rodolfi

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Sandgirl » Fri Nov 29, 2013 8:17 pm

Earthscape
Image credits: NASA/ISS
"Earthscape" is a new piece of music for full-size symphony orchestra which is directly inspired by the NASA images taken on board the International Space Station. It is composed by British composer Andrew Webb-Mitchell and was recorded by the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra in the Czech Republic in 2011.
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ISON at perihelion

Postby Nebulium » Fri Nov 29, 2013 10:21 pm

Hello :)

This an animation built from hires 1k x 1k LASCO C2 pictures downloaded from :
soho.esac.esa.int/cgi-bin/data_query

Last edited by geckzilla on Fri Nov 29, 2013 10:28 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: vimeo code doesn't like https (http is good)

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The last days of comet ISON

Postby Nebulium » Sun Dec 01, 2013 11:45 pm

Hello :)

This animation shows the appearance of the comet after passing perihelion
It was built from LASCO C3 1024 x 1024 pictures.
Time is 9000 x



A high definition file is available here

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Sandgirl » Thu Dec 05, 2013 9:36 pm

History of Supernova Detections
Copyrights: Sergey Koposov
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Bye bye ISON !

Postby Nebulium » Wed Dec 11, 2013 2:25 pm

Hello :)

This movie was built from STEREO Ahead HI1 pictures issued during december 2013 1st to 6th period.


Copyright 2013 NASA SSC Jean PAJUS

Unfortunatly, two blanks of transmission occured.
Quicly moving "clouds" are solar corona ejections.
The remains of the comet fade out in the title area (that I unperfectly removed) and eventually disappear (magnitude around 13 ?) in Earth and Pleiades trailing artefacts at upper left corner.

One of last genuine pics
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Sandgirl » Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:01 pm

LA SAGRA timelapse
Copyrights: Nacho Mas
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Bi2L » Sun Dec 15, 2013 1:12 pm

Hello I've got this video hope you like it :D

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby geckzilla » Tue Dec 17, 2013 3:21 pm

You definitely want to click this link to view a video of light echoes around RS Puppis:
http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archiv ... 1/video/a/
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