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Planet Earth from Space – ISS August 2015
Planet Earth from Space – ISS August – 2015I still dream about being on the space station with the feeling of being weightless. The weightlessness is the most amazing, relaxing and natural feeling.While we've taken seeds into space, and astronauts on the International Space Station have eaten lettuce they've grown, we haven't produced fruit in space, so we can't pollinate something. – Helen SharmanRaw photos courtesy of Nasa ArchiveOriginal timelapse video by Riccardo Rossi (ISAA) – Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License Music: SkyDub by PsykickMore interesting articles and awesome videos you can find on our pages. #interplanetary #spaceweb #spaceinternet #spacenetwork #spacenet
Posted by Interplanetary Internet on Sonntag, 24. April 2016
Enjoy a wonderful Aurora Borealis Time Lapse video 🙂
Latvian Official Aurora Time Lapse Video 2013
Latvian Official Aurora Sharing Is AppreciatedSupport My Work Link Above ->https://www.facebook.com/KasparsDaleckisPhotography/app_208195102528120Follow Me & if you need any photo/video/timelapse project, contact me!Music is by the film's composer Nigel "John" Stanford
Posted by Kaspars Daleckis Photography on Mittwoch, 20. März 2013
Good or bad times you know, but understand the times we liked it to learn all together, humans and other lifeforms united on this planet, earth we know, oh? Remember the real good times and bring them back yet. – dJ oGc
Van Gogh’s paintings brought to life using 3D animation and visual mapping.
Van Gogh's paintings brought to life using 3D animation and visual mapping by Luca Agnani Studio
Posted by Bright Side on Samstag, 20. Februar 2016
Animation is a great art form and art to form an universal understanding.
Just take a second and think about universal art. – dJ oGc
Enjoy a really awesome Star Wars fan film 🙂
The known universe visualization zoom by AMNH
This is an excellent visualization that gives one a sense of the immensity of scale that exists in the known universe… an infinite scalar fractal series of embedded boundary conditions from the infinitely large to the infinitely small. Right now the largest boundary we can see is the observable universe, about 13.82 billion years old (about 93 billion light years across) down to the Planck length, the smallest vibration of the electromagnetic spectrum. We are embedded in those scales, in fact, we are about medium sized…Animation by American Museum of Natural HistoryThe Resonance Project • I fucking love science • Universe Explorers • The Mind Unleashed • ScienceAlert • Spirit Science • Collective Evolution • Nassim Haramein
Posted by Jamie Janover on Freitag, 16. Oktober 2015
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