360 Degree Night-Sky Time-lapse

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Felix Baumgartner

 

Check out this new footage of Felix Baumgartner’s amazing skydive from the upper reaches of our planet’s stratosphere. What an extraordinary feat and what a strong stomach Felix must have!

Doomsday

Watching The Skies

 

So the end of the world came and went without anything happening back on the 21st December 2012. But when is the next forecast of doom scheduled for? Such a positive posting this is, but quite an interesting read nonetheless.

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Sky-diving…The Safe Way

These crazy Japanese kids have WAY too much time on their hands!

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Homemade Spacecraft

I found this clip over at Vimeo¬†and it’s well worth a looksie. These guys decided to try to send a camera up into the upper atmosphere using a weather balloon hoping to capture the footage of its incredible ascent. What I like about this is the way it’s constructed like an experiment for a science class at school but clearly an incredible amount of forward planning, effort and expertise went into it. The footage is beautiful to watch and it showed me just how small we are but how much we can achieve. This is not NASA or the European Space Agency sending a billion $ satellite into space, but can you imagine the things that the child in the video learned from this experiment?! Lots I’m sure. To teachers out there, get your hands on a weather balloon and blow some pupils minds.

by the way if you’re viewing this via non-Flash supported device (you know who you are – rhymes with Snapple), be sure to check it out on a PC when you get a chance.

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Incredible Timelapse

You know of my love for time-lapse, but this is¬†literally ‘out of this world’!

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