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August 10 at 8:20pm

Goodnight, World


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July 27 at 10:00am

The Beauty Of Space

“It’s eight years of time and 200,000 images compressed into 4 minutes of video. An awesome way to experience Cassini’s tour of Saturn.” It’s also incredibly beautiful. Take a trip to space.

Around Saturn from fabio di donato on Vimeo.

Via EarthSky.org

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October 20 at 11:00am

Our Vision Of The Universe Is A Time Machine

Time travel is go.  When we look into Extreme Deep Field aka Space we see the past.  We photograph the past. We approach the past.  It is time travel.

When you look into space, when technology renders it real for us, when we capture the images, our imagination soars.  Without art, we’d have less science.  Without science, we’d have less art.  Peanut butter & jelly.  Blucheese and fresh figs.

 


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April 22 at 10:30am

We Will Never Know What It Really Feels Like

But from here, in front of my computer screen, outer space paired with the right soundtrack feels so fucking free and hopeful. There’s so much of it and an infinite possibility of what still is to come. Wow. I love this colossal world and all it might still become.


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March 31 at 10:00am

Can You Help Me Count All The Stars?

Why wait for bed to gaze at the stars? Feast your eyes on some of the glorious starscapes on display here! It seems it might be a tad better place to starwatch from outer space than having your feet firmly planted on our ground.

The Stars as Viewed from the International Space Station. from AJRCLIPS on Vimeo.

Thanks to iO9 for the tip!

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October 1 at 11:09am

The Whole World Must Spin For One Leaf To Fall


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