Space Cats — Magic Fly
Space Cats — Magic Fly
By: G Active
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Tomato sauce. It’s red. It’s hot. It tastes like tomatoes and other stuff combined together and then cooked. YUM.
Chop up some garlic and an onion (or skip the onion)
Saute that stuff in olive oil Add in a can of diced tomatoes or real ones
Cook it for a while and add in some salt and pepper Add in chilli flakes if you like it spicy
Chop up and add in some fresh basil. Or dry stuff if that’s all you have.
Track 6 of the audiovisual album Oscilloscope Music
available at http://oscilloscopemusic.com
What you see is what you hear: The audio signal is fed directly into the oscilloscope, where vector graphics are drawn with sound.
Filmed from an analog Tektronix 5103N scope.
left audio channel: horizontal deflection
right audio channel: vertical deflection
software used: Max MSP (spiral objects, etc.), OsciStudio & blender (teapot orbit & wireframe 3D objects), Ableton Live
How that bouncy ball is made (Max for Live): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0u2yn…
For the opening scene of Planet Earth II, Sir David Attenborough majestically flies over the Alps in a hot air balloon, but, it wasn’t as peaceful as it first seems!
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This is a channel from BBC Worldwide who help fund new BBC programmes.
By: The Verge
NASA just successfully launched its OSIRIS-REx spacecraft on an Atlas V rocket. Now, the vehicle is on its way to scoop up pieces of an asteroid and bring them back to Earth, a journey that will take seven years to complete. But if successful, those asteroid pieces could tell researchers a lot about the early Solar System and how life got started on our own planet.
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By: The Slow Mo Guys
Gav and Dan show you one of the kitchen’s biggest no-nos. Don’t put out an oil fire with water!
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Filmed on a Phantom Flex at 2500fps And Phantom Flex 4k at 1000fps
Since New Horizons flew by Pluto on July 14, 2015, it’s completely redefined what we know about the dwarf planet and its largest moon Charon. New Horizons’ mission will continue to be full of surprises, but here’s what we’ve learned so far.
Unless otherwise noted, all images and animations courtesy of NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI
MORE NEW HORIZONS STUFF:
Calculate your Pluto time: http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/plutotime/
New Horizons image gallery: https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/ne…
Planetary Society New Horizons news: http://www.planetary.org/blogs/blog-a…
Nadia Drake’s excellent New Horizons coverage: http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.c…
Pluto and Charon are weird: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/20…
What kind of ices are on Pluto? http://space.io9.com/the-ice-of-pluto…
Pluto’s hazy atmosphere: https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/na…
Geologic features of Pluto and Charon: http://space.io9.com/were-actively-cr…
What are tholins? Why Pluto looks red: http://www.planetary.org/blogs/guest-…
Pluto’s other moons, Nix and Hydra: http://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/new…
Pluto’s family portrait: http://www.planetary.org/multimedia/s…
Dwarf planets of the solar system: http://www.space.com/18584-dwarf-plan…
Catalog of unusual “minor planet objects” in solar system: http://www.minorplanetcenter.net/iau/…
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