you will never hear a pilot saying “I hate my job”
A whole flight day in 8 minutes (mute it)
“Camels at Sunset” by Symoto
Comet Lovejoy Over Esperance, Australia
Short but sweet time lapse of Comet Lovejoy as it fades from Earth’s field of view. Be sure to watch this in HD on fullscreen. The movement of the sky is the result of our planet’s rotation. The white streak in the center is Lovejoy’s tail which becomes progressively clearer as the night wanes.
Eric Cahan - Sky Series
can you handle how pretty these photos are because i can’t
Dynamic Time-Lapse Visualization of the Sky for an Entire Year
History of the Sky aims to convey the rhythms of the weather, the lengthening and shortening of days, and other atmospheric events on an immediate level. By recording the sky above the Exploratorium, a museum located at the edge of San Francisco Bay, programmer slash artists Ken Murphy has captured the clouds, fog, wind, and rain to form a rich visual texture, as sunrises and sunsets cascade across the screen.
The 6-minute movie is based on a huge collection of images, which were captured at a 10 seconds interval. The visualization consists of a grid of 360 (so almost 365) unique movies, each representing one day of the year, organized chronologically, and cycling in parallel through a single 24-hour period.
This video is designed to be viewed in a large format, so it’s best viewed in full-screen mode at 1080p.
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