Art film made with satellites videos of solar wind and coronal mass ejections

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13 Responses to “Art film made with satellites videos of solar wind and coronal mass ejections”

  1. Takuan says:

    that was beautiful….

  2. JohnShirley says:

    The music makes come together remarkably well.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Does this mean that I have seven days to live?

  4. KurtMac says:

    @#1TOOLBAG: Yes, there were quite a few comets streaking around that video. As well as Venus and Mercury wandering in and out of frame. Neat stuff. I suggest checking out the SOHO satellite images and videos for more solar awesomeness: http://sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov/gallery/movies.html

  5. mzed says:

    @crashproof Where did you get them? I’m striking out everwhere.

    Their piece “Brilliant Noise” is another one of my favorites. And “Linear,” and…

  6. Noctis says:

    Just love the embracing of the human subject in this. Datacleaning produces the illusion of objectivity that is so foundational to our scientific ideology that are barely aware of its ideological status. It seems to me more lovely, honest and brave to reveal the human perspective–the struggle we have as scientists, artists and everyday people to perceive and comprehend the cosmos, the all.

  7. Roy Trumbull says:

    Quite interesting. Especially when you consider that a sufficient mass ejection would shut down all power transmission, melt transformers, and basically set things back 100 years.

  8. Crashproof says:

    @mzed: the place where I found the older DVD only had one left. I found it with a Google search.

    The newer one I found at an Amazon store…

  9. Brother Phil says:

    Imagine a man going on a journey…

  10. toolbag says:

    Was that a comet at 1:50?

  11. Crashproof says:

    These people rock. I just ordered their two DVDs, even though one of them was used and in Sweden…

  12. shmengie says:

    the bastard love-child project of lynch and aranofsky.

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