Category Archives: Videos

Incredible combination of storms and milky way views

This takes some serious rigor to get shots like this. Titled “Tempest Milky Way”, Randy Halverson’s masterpiece won Best Overall at the 2011 Chronos Film Festival.

Tempest Milky Way from Randy Halverson on Vimeo.

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“One year in 40 seconds”

The title says it all. All of the images and sounds were recorded from one location for a year. That’s some dedication. And to that I say, great work!

One year in 40 seconds from Eirik Solheim on Vimeo.

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Incredible collection of Time Lapses (with music from Bear McCreary!)

Bear McCreary composed the music for Battlestar Galactica. Enough said.

Temporal Distortion from Randy Halverson on Vimeo.

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Lightning captured at over 7,000 FPS

Pretty incredible stuff. Hard to believe this happens to quickly!


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Yet another wonderful Time Lapse from the ISS

This may be the best one I’ve seen.

<p><a href=”″>View from the ISS at Night</a> from <a href=””>Knate Myers</a> on <a href=””>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

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SpaceX’s Highlight reel for Dragon

In case you did not know, SpaceX recently completed their mission to attach to the ISS. Seems pretty easy? Well this is significant because it is the first privately developed space craft to do so. It is truly a turning point in our history, as private companies are now exploring and considering space exploration. Soon, you could take a trip to space. Maybe even the moon! Sign me up!

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Incredible timelapse by an MIT PhD

Alex Rivest has a PhD in Neuroscience from MIT. Oh, and he’s competiting to be a NASA astronaunt. Oh, and one more thing, he’s put together this beautifully artistic time lapse of earth as seen from the International Space Station. You see tons of aurora, the flickering of lightning from storms on the earth and the bright lights of the world’s largest cities. He also has a blog post that answers a lot of questions you may have after watching the video. You can find it here. Enjoy!

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Mind = !@#$ing blown by this time lapse

A brilliant time lapse collaboration by Tomislav Safundžić. I love the music too!

This is Our Planet from Tomislav Safundžić on Vimeo.

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July 2nd Solar Flare

Pretty amazing video of a solar flare occurring on July 2nd. Courtesy of

Here’s the video.

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A Tsunami 2 Miles high Traveling at 250,000 mph… made of burning gas

If you haven’t seen History Channel’s “The Universe” I highly recommend the first few episodes that cover the planets in our solar system. My personal favorite is the first episode about the sun. Here’s a clip to get you intrigued.

This “sunquake” was caused by a solar flare so massive that the opposing force of the discharged particles slapped the surface of the sun. Cooooool. I mean… Hotttttt.

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