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March 17th 2015: More fireworks over North Europe (Aurora Borealis)

Just a few days before the upcoming solar eclipse on Friday morning, March 20th, Mother Nature had yet another nice surprise for us at hand. Due to a massive CME (a Coronal Mass Ejection, where the sun spits out a lot of particles) directed towards the earth, many places in Northern Europe were hit by […]

The Sun and The Moon and The Stars

Even if the skies are still dark outside, the chances are there you’ll see the moon. And in case you like the warm sun only, only watch the first video. Sunrise in the Algerian Desert (Ahaggar National Park) A year of moon in 2.5 minutes. Full Moon Silhouettes from Mark Gee on Vimeo. Moonrise over […]

February 15th 2013: close flyby of Asteroid 2012 DA14

Asteroid 2012 DA14 will have a very close flyby on February 15th 2013. Image credit: La Sagra/ESA 2012 DA14 is an asteroid that was discovered last year by astronomers at the Spanish Observatorio Astronómico de La Sagra, after it already had flown by. It was calculated that 2012 DA14 would return to earth and pass […]

What if Mars was our moon?

What if we had Mars at the place of our moon? And Earth? How would they look like? And what about our other planets? How would the Solar eclipse of November 13, 2012 have looked like with one of our other planets in the place of our moon? Watch Scale from Brad Goodspeed on Vimeo. […]

Home – a space exploration

This film shows the known universe as mapped through astronomical observations. Every satellite, moon, planet, star is represented to it’s scale and to it’s correct, measured location according to the best scientific research to-date If you want to “play” with our own solar system and galaxy to get a grip of the immense or miniature […]