Telescope Time-lapse

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Photographer Kenneth Brandon has taken a new kind of Time-lapse of the amazing night sky.  Usually, these are wide view shots of the entire sky, sometimes with some foreground to show the vastness of space.  Well, instead of the usual, he decided to attach a camera piggy-back on his 11 inch telescope.  This gives wide … Continued

Skydiving Nightmare

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Hot off the heels of yesterday’s ski-lift mishap comes an even more terrifying accident.  While on a routine flight for the last skydive of the day, something happened, and two planes collided, breaking off wings, exploding fireballs, and general mayhem.  Yes, this happened in 2013, but this is the first I’m seeing it, and it’s … Continued

Falling Rocks

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Words cannot describe how amazing this video is, which I guess is good, since it’s not in English, and you can more or less get an idea of what’s going on by reading what I’m gonna say, which is ultimately, just reporting what NKR says.  And afterall, this is the internet, so everything is true. … Continued

The Sky

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SKYLAPSE – AN ARIEL HYPER-LAPSE from Rufus Blackwell on Vimeo. This is a pretty good time-lapse/video of the sky, as viewed out the window of an airplane.  Whenever I go on an airplane, I need a window seat.  It’s not often that you get to see the world from 35,000 feet above.  It’s truly a unique perspective. … Continued

Lights Off

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Living in the modern age, in a modern western city, the vast majority of us are denied one of the most awe inspiring sights possible – The night sky.  There’s vastly too much light pollution in modern cities to see all but the brightest stars.  And that’s a shame. Artist Thierry Cohen has come up … Continued

The Sky

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It’s no secret that I love the sky.  I can (and have) sat for hours just looking at the clouds as they pass.  Whenever I go on a trip on an airplane, I require a window seat, and spend 90% of the time looking out it.  I love it.  So this history of the sky … Continued