The vimeo channel “beauty of science” delivers a couple of fancy makro recordings ranging from chemical reactions to high voltage experiments, pretty damn cool. Check out the respective video description for the details.
…a Japanese Youtube-channel with pretty artsy macro recordings of industrial machines:
“The Macro Room” is a youtube channel that simply makes high-res video of interesing things with a macro lens. The results are videos thjat show us the beauty of normal things – very good stuff!
Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) keeps a 24-hour eye on the entire disk of the sun, with a prime view of the graceful dance of solar material coursing through the sun’s atmosphere, the corona. The video shows six years – from Jan. 1, 2015, to Jan. 28, 2016, as one time-lapse sequence. Watch the magnetic fields in HD and get the explanations in the second part of the video – terrific work by the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center!
Vastly covered, nevertheless impressive engineering by the Blue Origin team that managed (in contrary to SpaceX) to bring back a rocket in one piece.
“The Shepard space vehicle reached thee edge of space at a suborbital altitude of 100.5 kilometers. The capsule then separated and touched down beneath a parachute but the BE-3 rocket also started its own descent. After the rockets fired at nearly 5,000 feet, it made a a controlled vertical landing at a gentle 4.4 mph.” Wicked!
NASA, NASA and again NASA – yes but who else is up there…watch it full size and in max resolution. Oh yes, it is an effervescent tablet dissolving in a floating ball of water…in space.
good old Earth:
Watch the European air traffic in a visualization covering 30.000 flights in one day! Since we cannot realy grasp the amount of traffic and the activity above us, it is fascinating to watch the daily choreography at least in this way:
For airports enthusiasts, this 360 degree video showing the Dubai airport in super high definition will do the job:
Some stuff never gets old, for example videos from space – espacially when they come in a super high-definition format.