Paramount ME, C-14 @ f/5.5, ST-10XME, -10° & binned 3x3. 5-30" exposures at 10 minute intervals through clear filter. FOV ~18' x 26'. 2011 NOV 27 1046-1129 UT. MSL was about 288,000 km away at the start of the sequence and about 297,000 km at the end. North is up, east to the left.
This movie shows a full rotation of Jupiter, with a 700 x time acceleration. It was built from images taken by the narrow-angle camera onboard NASA's Cassini spacecraft on Dec. 11 and 12, 2000, as the spacecraft neared Jupiter during its flyby of the giant planet. On original pictures, the smallest visible features are about 120 kilometers (75 miles) across. The eerie soundtrack results from a sound waves conversion by scientists of intriguing radio waves that Cassini spacecraft collected near Jupiter in January 2001
Under the Namibian sky - The Movie Credit and Copyright: processing/video editing Lorenzo Comolli; images Lorenzo Comolli, Luigi Fontana, Giosuè Ghioldi, Emmanuele Sordini Music: Vladimir Sterzer (CC 2.0)
Direct link to website: http://www.astrosurf.com/comolli/110824.htm Direct link for MP4 file download: http://comolli.zapto.org/110824.mp4 Recommendations. We recommend watching this video at FULL SCREEN (1080p), with audio on. Description. The night sky of Namibia is one of the best in the world. This 13 min video contains about 250 hours of actual exposures, gathered at Tivoli Farm, Namibia, during 10 perfectly cloudless nights. The video should be watched with no hurry, being a little long. The many topics are labelled in the video and help the northern observer to understand the southern sky gems. Near the end of the video an all-sky time-lapse is presented, and reprocessed in cylindrical projection, featuring the Milky Way at zenith and then the zodiacal light + gegenschein + zodiacal band.
Giant Fireball Caught on Video from Tel Aviv University http://tau-geo.tau.ac.il/ilan/Default.aspx Copyright: ILAN Research Team (Imaging of Lightning and Nocturnal Flashes), Tel Aviv University. Observer: Lior Rubanenko
Hello, this the result of my collaboration with with the musician producer Vangelis Petsalis, the video has been produced by my V.Metallinos for the members of the Astronomic Society of Corfu and certainly for all you watching it, hope you enjoy it.
Time lapse HQ video "Adagio for Stars" is the combination of the classical music and the Universe around us, is a 24-hour trip around Corfu, from Sunrise to Sunset and from Moonrise to Sunrise. To all my friends and of course to my beloved island Corfu
This was captured during a nine week adventure in the Yukon in Canada, which is a long way for an Australian astronomer to go to capture the northern lights. A lot of effort also went into developing the automated twilight exposure control system (by Fred Vanderhaven) used in the twilight sequences.
I would like to share my first time lapse video. It was shot entirely in Reunion Island between March 2010 and May 2012. It is composed of 32 sequences. Most of them were shot at night. A lot of of atmospheric, meteorological, astronomical phenomena and other curiosities are identifiable : Brocken spectre & fogbow, planetary conjunction, Lunar eclipse, volcano eruption, comet Lovejoy, lenticular clouds, crépuscular rays...I hope you will appreciate it. Luc Perrot