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40.0000 images from Rosettas comet mission in a short movie

“In 2016 an exciting mission was ended. The Rosetta spacecraft made its final manouver. A controlled hard-landing on the comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko (67p).
Before that Rosetta accompanied the Comet for more then 2 years. It researched valuable scientific data, brought a lander on to the comets surface and took a vast number of pictures.

2017 Esa released over 400000 images from Rosettas comet mission. Based on these material Motion Designer Christian Stangl and Composer Wolfgang Stangl worked together to create this shortfilm. The sequences are digitally enhanced real-footage from the probe.”

Video: Unified Field Theory

A new and fancy video is out there about the unified/uniform field theory, which “is a type of field theory that allows all that is usually thought of as fundamental forces and elementary particles to be written in terms of a single field. There is no accepted unified field theory, and thus it remains an open line of research. The term was coined by Einstein, who attempted to unify the general theory of relativity with electromagnetism.”

The Connected Universe from THE CONNECTED UNIVERSE on Vimeo.

Further information about the film and the whole project is available on this website.

Eearthquake Data Visualization 2000-2015

422 South is responsible for some very beautiful data visualizations over the past months: “This data visualization shows world earthquakes greater than magnitude 4 between 2000 and today – as at November 2015. Each dot is a quake. The brighter the dot, the bigger the quake. The dots are cumulative, so you can see the areas where quake activity is most consistently experienced”. The world’s hot spots at a glance.


Credit: 422 South