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The final five-and-a-half minutes of images leading up to the DART spacecraft's intentional collision with asteroid Dimorphos. The DART spacecraft streamed these images from its DRACO camera back to Earth in real time as it approached the asteroid. This replay movie is 10 times faster than reality, except for the last six images, which are shown at the same rate that the spacecraft returned them. Both Didymos and its moonlet Dimorphos are visible at the start of the movie. At the end, Dimorphos fills the field of view. The final image in the movie shows a patch of Dimorphos that is 51 feet 16 meters) across. DART's impact occurred during transmission of the final image to Earth, resulting in a partial picture at the end of this movie. Didymos is roughly 2,500 feet (780 meters) in diameter; Dimorphos is about 525 feet (160 meters) in length.


Matthew Bray is the designer and lead engineer for the DART High Gain Antenna (HGA), following the antenna from concept to prototype, flight fabrication, and testing. The DART HGA is a wideband Radial Line Slot Array (RLSA) that forms a narrow beam, allowing high throughput images to be downloaded from DART's DRACO instrument as the spacecraft approaches the Didymos asteroid system. Watch Matthew and his team install the HGA onto the DART spacecraft.


A Maya city lost for a thousand years under the jungle comes to life. Planetarios Digitales has produced, with support from Mexican National Council of Science and Technology (CONACYT), this fulldome program that is available to the IPS community for free. Trailer in Spanish at =Y7F0zZMmx0A but full English versions available. Files are hosted in several playable formats and available through mediafire. Free licenses may be downloaded, printed, filled, signed, scanned, and then sent to jminchaca@planetariosdigitales.com for the links full program. More info at -shows/the-secret-of-calakmul/. January 2016 (release date).


...a free full-dome short series produced by the University of Colorado's Fiske Planetarium and funded by NASA. It highlights the research and people working with NASA. Most titles average just over 5 minutes. The latest ones are Parker Solar Probe (see preview) and New Horizons flyby of the Kuiper Belt Object MU-69 (January 2019 - see preview). An order form will get you instant access to the entire library of free programs from Fiske. H.264 - 1K, 1.5K, 2K movies are available for most titles. H.265 UHD 4K movies will be coming in the future. If you need further encoding/processing help we recommend. Upcoming episodes to include Apollo Lunar Geology, Orion/SLS, SOFIA .... Order form: -productions-request-form. Items listed on the order form:


Produced by the Planetarium in Laupheim, Germany and written by Dr. Rafael Lang, the show is being released under a Creative Commons license and freely available for download at show.darkmatter.org. Duration: 38 minutes; resolutions: 2k, 4k; languages: German, English, and French and Italian (audio only). Go to www.youtube.com/watch?v=qD4VN4s0EZUfor a fulldome preview. 24 August 2016


Fulldome (DigitalSky2.3) adaptation of "Invisible Mars" from the NASA MAVEN Mission to Mars. If you aren't running DigitalSky in your theater, you can still download the assets and adapt the show for your platform. The media consists of some 2x1 Equatorial Cylindrical Equidistant textures (of Mars, Earth, and the sun), a few images, and a couple of MP4 movies. For DigitalSky, I wrapped the textures onto dummy sphere objects in the planetarium to simulate viewing the Science On a Sphere in the dome. The "InvisibleMars_Content.zip" file in the link have all the assets (including the presenter script) you need for adapting the show. For more about MAVEN and its outreach programs, go to lasp.colorado.edu/home/maven/education-outreach/afterschoolsummer-programs/invisible-mars/. Enjoy! Please drop me a line at tkomatsu (at) berkeley (dot) edu if you decide to use the program, adapt it, or have questions. From Toshi Komatsu, The Lawrence Hall of Science


Loch Ness Productions Bonus Shows. Some of these shows have no license fees, and are available for download. For others, Loch Ness may charge for making the movie encodes, and/or the media they ship them on. _shows.html. 26 March 2015.


This action adventure film is about a meteorite that hits a small town around Christmas time. It brings ice and freezing temperatures along with it, which puts citizens in mortal danger. Many of the names in the film, such as Marley, Crooge, and Ratchet, are reference to A Christmas Carol (1984). Although the story is set in Washington, it was actually filmed in Canada. This was the same location where First Blood (1982), the first Rambo movie, was filmed.


This animated film is the fifth movie in the Ice Age franchise. It is also the longest movie in the franchise. It runs for an hour and a half. The story follows a group of animals who are trying to stop an asteroid that is heading straight for them. There are a lot of serious science fiction films that are parodied throughout this movie, including Alien (1979), Prometheus (2012) The Martian (2015), and Gravity (2013).


I became involved in "Asteroid" to play a very modest role in the movie - me! I figured that I should be able to manage to play myself as a radio personality. Since Rowe and Avery grew up listening to this Oneonta radio personality, they thought it would be fun to incorporate me into the film's storyline and how could I say "no" to that? I love their comedic twist on a story that involves a giant asteroid hurtling toward earth, specifically Oneonta, NY, and of course if it hits, it would destroy everything there.


Casey Dreier:In addition, we have the Russians launching multiple private crews to the space station, including a film crew to beat Tom Cruise. The first professional film crew in space as part of their movie. So, we're seeing this big burst of activity.


Jason Davis:As Casey had said, we're getting these commercial tourism missions, or maybe tourism is not always the right word where we had the film crew come up and shoot part of a movie on the space station. This is a Russian crew. A director and an actor. Yeah. Really seeing a lot of activity at the ISS. It's just busy as it's ever been right now.


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