Saturday, April 30, 2011

Galactic Timelapse

No music video for a change....but believe me, it's worth a watch! (watch it in HD!)









Breathtaking isn't it? To bad the sky dosn't look like that where i live.

68 comments:

  1. I am sober, and this is cool. If I were not sober, this would be incredible.

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  2. Not CGI, totally real. I live at 7200 feet in the middle of nowhere; leave town and that is what it looks like... just much slower.

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  3. Radical Chemist you lucky bastard. I thought he/she just set it to take a 1 minute-long exposure shot every minute.

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  4. Amazing! thank you for sharing this :-) following.

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  5. This is absolutely mind blowing!

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  6. I just finished my Astronomy module in college, it depresses me that i'm stuck on 1 planet :(

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  7. Always love night time settings for these things, the number of shooting stars that show up is amazing.

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  8. amazing love this shit

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  9. Yeaaaaa!!
    Watched the whole thing

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  10. Im so sad that I cant see stuff like that here in the city T_T

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  11. that's amazing. would love to see that in person someday.

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  12. Mind is blown man! Post more!

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  13. It looks amazing, following bro :)

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  14. This is really cool dude. Nice find.

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  15. Wow this is incredible! Great find, thanks for charing!

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  16. Makes me appreciate the world we live in just that much more.

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  17. Dang, the world is beautiful.

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  18. amazing, id go to a theatre just for this

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  19. Light pollution, and plain old pollution can be blamed for the lack of viable, Its a worth while endeavorer to drive way off in to rural lands on a clear night just to watch them cross the sky,

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  20. WOW. Absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for the upload, will for sure return when I'm a little under the influence to watch the pretty colors ;)

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  21. really cool blog, will be checking this daily!

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  22. When I was little I wanted to be an astronomer. /sigh

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  23. BLEW my mind! Following! i'm interested in more awesome stuffs (:

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  24. After moving to the middle of the city, I can honestly say the thing I miss most about growing up in a rural farm town was being able to go stargazing in my backyard. Now, if I want to do that I have to drive an hour and pay to get into a park of some sort.

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  25. The nightsky has always fascinated me. This was awesome!

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  26. WOW! I would pay to see a full length movie of that on the big screen.

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  27. That's such a nice video! sweet :)

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  28. Wow, that is impressive. I'm a big astronomy fan and that was simply amazing

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  29. That is sick, I wish the sky was like that here, and time lapses always interest me, cool vid.

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  30. Ive seen this before, its gorgeous!

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