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Rothkko
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Rothkko » Sat Aug 20, 2016 11:14 pm

moonset II

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby arcticlight » Wed Aug 24, 2016 3:59 pm

In regions above the arctic circle, and below the antarctic circle, you can enjoy 24hrs of the sun for a period of two months during summer. This phenomenon is referred to as "the midnight sun", and occurs due to the axial tilt of the earth of 23 degrees to the sun.

In this 24 hour recording I have filmed the sun over 24 hours, to visualize and document the midnight sun in my hometown Tromsø, Norway.

Keep in mind that when there is summer in the northern hemisphere, there is winter in the southern hemisphere :) - And the other way around ;)
The opposite of the midnight sun is the polar night, where you have the longest and darkest 24hours of the year.
When areas in the southern hemisphere, below the antarctic circle is enjoying the midnight sun, we have polar night up here in the arctic.

The recordings where done on July 22nd 2016, the last "day" with "midnight sun" in my area of Tromsø. The sun was only 0.2 degrees above the horizon at midnight.



Regards,
Ole Salomonsen

Alexcortes
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Alexcortes » Tue Aug 30, 2016 1:43 pm

Hi! This is the conjunction from BARCELONA. Enjoy !!

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Julien QUIRIN
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The daily life of an amateur astronomer in Alsace (France)

Postby Julien QUIRIN » Fri Sep 09, 2016 10:14 pm

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400K ISO video of Star Party and Milky Way

Postby BenCanales » Tue Sep 13, 2016 3:53 am

I am very excited to share this video from a no-moon night under the stars! I've been trying for a couple years now to find a camera/lens/software combination that could roll video without moonlight, aurora or light pollution to provide illumination- and, I think I've finally got it!

This short film follows 20 high schoolers far from the city lights to an Astronomy Camp; then joins the Oregon Star Party where 600 astronomers camp out with telescopes of all sizes during the Perseids Meteor Shower. Timelapse has been the only way to showcase the night sky in video; but with the new low-light technology of the Canon MH20f-SH, we film in the quiet moments that have been impossible to capture until now.

I am so excited at what is now possible...


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Re: Video Submissions

Postby mihon4ik » Sun Sep 25, 2016 8:06 am

Bright Perseid fireball over Southern Russia 12.08.2016.

Contact Email: astro.stas@gmail.com

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby QuebecSky » Sat Oct 01, 2016 2:03 pm

Here's a video which brings together some of our's favorites photographic captures by timelapse technic or low-light video recorded of night phenomena observed at Observatoire Horizon des Frontières/ Horizon's Frontiers Observatory. Located in the boundary of highlands at 8 miles of border between the Canadian province of Quebec with the American State of Maine. Northwest zone which neighbouring geographically, The North Maine Woods, area that covers more than 14,000 km2 across the Appalachian mountain chain and vast wild forest land. This region which exceptionally provides the darkest sky area of the northeast of the United State.

Copyright/Alexandre Dumas & Observatoire Horizon des Frontières

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Roman Tkachenko
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Roman Tkachenko » Sun Oct 02, 2016 12:13 am

Hi there :ssmile:
Here is some of my works.

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And of course you can find more on my YT channel.
Cheers,
Roman

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Jesse Rockwell » Sun Oct 02, 2016 3:47 pm

Bolide meteor remnant drifting across the sky, accompanied by the Milky Way

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Rothkko » Mon Oct 10, 2016 9:00 pm

new edition. sorry

aircraft and sundogs

jheuser
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby jheuser » Sun Oct 16, 2016 2:36 pm

My latest Time-Lapse of day- and night-skies from Italy, Le Marche during my 2-week Holiday:

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby easybob08 » Wed Jan 11, 2017 2:20 pm

Hello,

I work on colours of the Moon (soils) and 3D elevation model of the Moon, using NASA LRO satellite data.

Here is the picture of the Moon :

Image


Here is the 3D model :

Image


Here is the picture superimposed on the 3D model :

Image


And here is a 3D video of the picture + 3D model :

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The link to the fullres video : https://youtu.be/_Ix7y3bfFng

I hope you enjoyed it.

Clear skies.

Alain Paillou

varadinagypal
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby varadinagypal » Mon Jan 16, 2017 10:52 am

Hi

Allow me to share my 2016 astrophotography adventures :)

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B747-400 over Antarctica - Australia Day 2017

Postby IanP » Thu Jan 26, 2017 4:15 pm

B747-400 over Antarctica - Australia Day 2017 --
https://youtu.be/NUZoJsyOMC4

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby c3dr1c » Thu Feb 02, 2017 1:29 pm

Remember Comet C/2013 US10 Catalina
30/01/2016 - Évora, Portugal

2 hours of caption: 62 frames x 120s

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[See @ HD]

A picture:
Imagestudy 4 by Cédric Pereira, no Flickr

Julien QUIRIN
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Julien QUIRIN » Mon Feb 06, 2017 8:07 pm

The video hereunder is about amateur astronomy and shows photos taken with a simple SLR digital camera and a Newtonian telescope 200/1000 mm. It also shows landscapes of "Champ du feu", one of the best astronomy observation sites in Northeast France.

If possible, please watch the video with the following settings : 1080p HD (for full resolution).

Sincerely Yours,

Julien QUIRIN
FRANCE

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby markg » Mon Feb 13, 2017 2:31 am



This time-lapse is from a recent adventure to Cape Palliser on the SE cape of the North Island of New Zealand. I shot this on the 4-5 Feb 2017, and It’s the longest time-lapse I’ve ever shot with 13 hours of capture from just before sunset, to just after sunrise the next morning.

Once the sun sets, day turns to night and you can see the stars appear. Then finally just after 2am, the Small Magellanic Cloud comes into frame as the Galactic Centre of the Milky Way rises above the horizon before fading out as night becomes day with sunrise.

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby fsimonetti » Mon Mar 06, 2017 4:41 pm

This is a video I made of the recent annular solar eclipse, on the Feb 26. It was taken in Caleta Sara, Chubut province, Argentina. It was quite windy and at the last moment I lost the sun and had to recenter the video. The video was made with an ASI120MM-S camera using a 50mm orion guidescope. It was later processed in Adobe premiere to center the image and add the soundtrack
I hope you enjoy it.

Franco

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Adrien Mauduit » Wed Mar 15, 2017 10:19 pm

Into the white storm
Noctilucent clouds storm filmed in Denmark

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Adrien Mauduit » Wed Mar 15, 2017 10:21 pm

At the edge of the solar storm
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Experience the Danish northern lights in 4K from the edge of the solar storm!

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Adrien Mauduit » Wed Mar 15, 2017 10:24 pm

Recent northern lights storm in Denmark
Adrien Mauduit
Sub-sorm conditions enabled us to witness a bit of an aurora two nights ago in Denmark, with a beautiful proton arc at 30 degrees. The sky was really clear until midnight, when the aurora really started to get bright and closer south, but clouds rolled in unfortunately, making it impossible to see the real deal (a real-time footage is in the credits where you can see the brighter lights move behind the clouds).
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Sandgirl » Sun Mar 19, 2017 9:23 pm

Arctic Midnight Sun
Copyrights: Witek Kaszkin


Daylight ISS Lunar Transit
Copyrights: Christine Leao
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Lost in Light
Copyrights: Sriram Murali


Night Lights
Copyrights: Miguel Ángel Langa


Fullmoon & Eruption
Copyrights: Luc Perrot
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Timelapse from the Observatory CASLEO, Argentina
Copyrights: Nahuel Srnec


Lunar Halo 22º timelapse
Copyrights: Dani Caxete


Auroral Halo
Copyrights: Mia Stålnacke
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Lunar eclipse animation
Copyrights: Don Davis


Timelapse 30hs in one minute (2 moonrises and 1 sunrise)
Copyrights: Leonardo Caldas
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Sunset to Sunrise
Copyrights: Mark Gee


Zoom into Orion
Copyrights: Sebastian Voltmer


Lake Atitlán and the Southern Stars
Copyrights: Sergio Montúfar
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Re: Video Submissions

Postby markg » Sat Mar 25, 2017 3:56 am

Flight To The Lights

Credit: Mark Gee
http://theartofnight.com

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On Thursday night 23rd March, I boarded an Air New Zealand Boeing 767 from Dunedin, New Zealand to travel down towards the Antarctic Circle to view the Aurora Australis. This was the first commercial flight to view the Aurora out of New Zealand, and I have to tell you it was an amazing experience! This time-lapse shows photographers and aurora enthusiasts in the cabin and the aurora outside the plane.

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Adrien Mauduit » Sun Mar 26, 2017 11:12 am

Night sky phenomena of the Spring (March) in Denmark in 4K time-lapse

Aurora borealis, zodiacal lights, milky way core, nebulae and more! :ssmile:

Credits: Adrien Mauduit

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Re: Video Submissions

Postby Hung-Hsuan Yen » Sun Apr 02, 2017 4:27 pm

Eclipses of Io


Time: 2017.3.29 17:05~17:38 UT
Location: SFPROBES, Taiwan (https://www.facebook.com/sfprobes/?fref=ts)
Optics: Takahashi TOA-130
Camera: ASI290MC

Copyright: Hung-Hsuan Yen
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