OBA - Northern Lights Observatory by ArchMedium This is the trailer for a new Architecture Competition for Students organized by ArchMedium starting next January 2012. The Northern Lights Observatory (OBA) will allow students to think about the relationship between nature and architecture as well as architecture located in such as stream latitudes as the Finnish Lapland.
IceCube Neutrino Observatory - Animated Overview The IceCube Neutrino Observatory has just completed construction in Antarctica as of January 2011, and will help scientists search for elusive neutrinos that can help us map out the universe in new and exciting ways. I traveled to the South Pole in November and December 2009 to participate in this project, and reported back to classrooms across the US. This stop-motion animated video is an introduction to the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, answering basic questions such as: What is a neutrino? how can we detect them? How does IceCube work? This video was created using SAM Animation on a G4 PowerBook with a cheap USB webcam, and final editing and sound effects were done in iMovie. You can read my journal from my trip at and my friend Katey's trip for the final construction season (Nov-Dec 2010) at
Lick Observatory: Over 100 Years of Discovery Lick Observatory, the first permanently occupied mountaintop observatory, has been at the forefront of astronomical research for more than 100 years. Enjoy an insider's tour of Mt. Hamilton's major telescopes and hear Lick's astronomers and astrophysicists talk about the Observatory's remarkable accomplishments - from early discoveries to modern day research. [8/2001] [Science] [Show ID: 5928]
Atrium Carceri - Observatory What you hear: ("Atrium Carceri" - "Observatory" from the album "Ptahil") The fourth album from composer Simon Heath (Sweden) ventures beyond the vestiges of your mortality, granting a fleeting glance at the world beyond the veil. As ever, Simon has reinvented the genre as well as himself with a unique ambience created from his ever-increasingly complex and obscure techniques of mental dissolution and musical innovation. (Cold Meat Industry) Ambient music is a musical genre in which sound is more important than notes. It is generally identifiable as being broadly atmospheric and environmental in nature. It's primary feature is that the music is intended to drift in and out of the listener's awareness while creating its effect on the listener's consciousness. Dark ambient is a general term for any kind of ambient music with a "dark" or dissonant feel, but often involves extensive use of digital reverb to create vast sonic spaces for frightening, bottom-heavy sounds such as deep drones, gloomy male chorus, echoing thunder, and distant artillery. It has an eerie feel. Generally the music tends to evoke a feeling of solitude, melancholy, confinement, and isolation. However, while the theme in the music tends to be "dark" in nature, some artists create more organic soundscapes. (Wikipedia) What you see: This is a flash animation called "Infinite OZ" made for one of the mini series of SciFi channel: "Tin Man". It is a re-imagining of L. Frank Baum's classic "The Wizard of Oz ...
Ghostland Observatory-'Stranger Lover' Ghostland Observatory performing at Emo's, in 2005, in Austin,Texas. Watch this rare venue footage and see how once fans could dance up on stage with the band.
Super Mario Galaxy Music: The Comet Observatory Music from the game "Super Mario Galaxy"
NEW GHOSTLAND OBSERVATORY | GLITTER Ghostland Observatory performs a song from there upcoming album Codename: Rondo at First Avenue in Minneapolis. GLITTER!!!!! Filmed by: Mario Felix, Jon Otte, Andy Nordby & Ryan Soule
Super Mario Galaxy: OST #18 - Rosalina's Comet Observatory 3 The eigh***th track of Super Mario Galaxy: Original Soundtrack performed by the Mario Galaxy Orchestra. This track contains the music heard in Rosalina's Comet Observatory in Super Mario Galaxy.
Ghostland Observatory - Vibrate Aaron Behrens from Ghostland Observatory dancing his ass off to Vibrate
Ghostland Observatory - Sad Sad City (Live on KEXP) Ghostland Observatory perform "Sad Sad City" live at the Triple Door as part of KEXP's VIP Club Concert series. Recorded 11/7/09.
Ghostland Observatory - Sad, Sad City ~ Live From Austin, TX Ghostland Observatory Live From Austin, Texas
Griffith Observatory Telescope Tour Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: bit.ly The Griffith Observatory is one of LA's most recognizable landmarks, and also the world's most popular telescope. Over 7 million people have looked through the Zeiss Telescope since the observatory opened in 1935, including our very own Leah D'Emilio, who visited the famous building and spoke to Robert Spellman about the history of this very important attraction.
UCSD Guestbook: George Coyne the Vatican Observatory Join Dennis Mammana as he hosts the director of the Vatican Observatory, Fr. George V. Coyne, in a wide ranging discussion on science, religion and the interplay of faith and reason. Series: "UCSD Guestbook" [2/2000] [Humanities] [Science] [Show ID: 4687]
Zelda: Majora's Mask Music - Astral Observatory Title: Astral Observatory Game: The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask Composer: Koji Kondo Gaming platform: N64, GameCube, Wii Virtual Console
Ghostland Observatory - Sad Sad City Music video by Ghostland Observatory performing Sad Sad City. (C) 2007 New West
The Observatory - Blasphemous Rumours Cover HEXA III - 22 Aug 2009
LIGO Gravitational Wave Observatory The Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory is spearheading the completely new field of gravitational wave astronomy and opening a whole new window on the universe. LIGO's exquisitely sensitive instruments may ultimately take us farther back in time than we've ever been, catching, perhaps, the first murmurs of the universe in formation.
Ghostland Observatory - Sad Sad City - Typography WATCH IN HD!! ╔═╦╗╔╦╗╔═╦═╦╦╦╦╗╔═╗ ║╚╣║║║╚╣╚╣╔╣╔╣║╚╣═╣ ╠╗║╚╝║║╠╗║╚╣║║║║║═╣ ╚═╩══╩═╩═╩═╩╝╚╩═╩═╝ WATCH IN HD!! Just a animation for a song i liked called sad sad city by Ghostland Observatory using just adobe after effects cs3 and no out side footage (even the ending was made from scratch). This typography was made in spare time just for kicks and this is my first shot at typography. i could do an other typography if you guys hit me up with some cool songs that i might like thanks!
Constructing The World's Largest Observatory ... ESOcast 17: Constructing ALMA — The World's Largest Observatory. High in the Chilean Andes, the first antennas of the Atacama Large Millimeter/ submillimeter Array, or ALMA for short, move in unison. Work progresses at a frantic pace in this ambitious project, which, in a few years from now, will consist of 66 antennas, working together at an altitude of 5000 metres. Once completed, ALMA will enable astronomers to study the cold Universe in unprecedented detail. --- Please SUBSCRIBE to Science & Reason: • • • --- In this episode we are going to visit the ALMA observatory in the Atacama Desert in Chile. Here, ESO, together with its international partners, is building what will become the world´s largest astronomical facility. ALMA will observe the Universe in millimetre and submillimetre wavelengths. This will allow astronomers to study both very cold objects as well as very distant objects in the early Universe. And because such observations are disturbed by water vapour in the atmosphere, ALMA's being built on one of the driest places on Earth, the Chajnantor plateau at an altitude of 5000 metres, which also makes it one of the highest astronomy sites in the world. ALMA will be operated at two distinct sites: First, there's the Array Operations Site up on the plateau where the antenna are actually located and then further down there's the Operations Support Facility. Constructing the ALMA observatory in ...
Stonehenge Astronomical Observatory Also read the book: "Stonehenge Astronomical Observatory", available via Lulu print on demand: It describes it in more detail, also describes how the stones may have been moved, the phases of construction, with new perspectives, and a theory for its destruction and final abandonment. This video describes how Stonehenge was designed for a functional purpose. Evidence is presented, which shows that it was an astronomical observatory. The massive sarsen stones of the circle and trilithons formed a precision scientific instrument. Further information
First Images: The Solar Dynamics Observatory, SDO The first images of NASAs Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) released on April 21, 2010. Launched Feb. 11, 2010, SDO is the most advanced spacecraft ever designed to study the sun and its dynamic behavior. The spacecraft can produce images with clarity ten times better than high definition television and provide more comprehensive science data faster than any solar observing spacecraft in history. SDO will help scientists study solar activity to improve forecasts of how the suns weather affects Earth. www.nasa.gov/sdo www.nasa.gov
ASIGN Observatory 2007 Construction photos of my first DIY observatory from start to finish. ASIGN Observatory has been a wonderful ministry for six years. Time to upgrade! It has now been decomissioned, demolished and the website is offline. ASIGN Observatory II is now under construction, with the new website to document it already online.
Retraplayer | The Observatory Music Video for the debut single release The Observatory. Download free tracks here - Add us on Facebook - Add us on Myspace -
Gemini Observatory Here is a time-lapse movie of the Gemini North observatory during a Laser Guide Star (LGS) run, taken from the catwalk around the outside of the UH 2.2 meter telescope. LGS creates an 'artificial star' which is used as a reference source for adaptive optics systems on Gemini instruments. Directly behind the Gemini Observatory is the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT).
Ghostland Observatory - Piano Man (Live on KEXP) Ghostland Observatory perform "Piano Man" live at the Triple Door as part of KEXP's VIP Club Concert series. Recorded 11/7/09.
A Trip to the Observatory Have you ever wondered what it would be like to take a trip to an observatory to use the telescope? In February 2006, astronomer Travis Metcalfe was granted 7 nights of observing time on one of the telescopes at McDonald Observatory in west Texas, as part of his research to learn about the insides of stars. Come along for the ride in this 5-minute video presentation: Find out why observatories are built in remote locations, where the astronomers sleep and eat while they are on the mountain, and how they spend their time at the telescope.
Observatory Crest / Captain Beefheart Observatory Crest / Captain Beefheart While the city was busy we wanted to rest She decided to drive up to observatory crest We'd just saw a concert and heard all the best We went on a ride, we got outside The sand was hot, she wanted to dance We went round and round in observatory crest Thought we'd saw flying saucers and all of the rest from observatory crest While the city was busy we wanted to rest She decided to drive up to observatory crest We'd just saw a concert and heard all the best So the only thing to do Was to drive up And watch the city From observatory crest
Solar Dynamics Observatory: Exploring The Sun ... The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) will provide a new eye on the sun that will deliver solar images with 10 times better resolution than high-definition television. This mission will zoom in on the cause of severe space weather—solar activity such as sunspots, solar flares, and coronal mass ejections. --- Please SUBSCRIBE to Science & Reason: • • • --- Space weather can pose a threat to astronauts as well as to aircraft crews flying over Earths northern and southern polar regions—and thats just the tip of the iceberg. Satellite communications, navigation systems, and electrical power to our homes can all be disrupted by magnetic storms triggered by solar activity. The Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) is the first mission to be launched for NASAs Living With a Star (LWS) program. The goal of the LWS program is to develop the scientific understanding necessary to effectively address those aspects of the sun and solar system that directly affect life and society. This mission was developed and will be managed by NASAs Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Md. SDO is a 5-year mission that will determine how the suns magnetic field is generated, structured, and converted into violent solar events like turbulent solar wind, solar flares, and Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs). The solar wind is a continuous stream of electrically charged particles that flow from the sun and fill the solar system with charged ...
The Mount Wilson Observatory Sat. 25th July Up with dawn and rolled up to the Mnt Wilson observatory. Did a piece reflecting about the Ray Comfort discussion from the ridge with a great overview of the valley. Spent the morning kicking around the observatory. Had a chat with some of the ground staff. Eventually found that the Hooker scope had wifi and power! ;-) score! Uploaded the reflections vid and did a spot of editing. While doing this a tour came through and I picked up with them. Got talking to the guide who introduced me to some of the astronomers on site. Had a chat about the potential plausibility of redoing some of Hubbles work on cephids in Andromeda. Picked up with a guy called Olmar who was using a 16 in scope on site (apparently given to the observatory by Meade) and only in semi-regular use. The Comet impact on Jupiter was going to be visible about midnight, and we teamed up (me with the webcam, him with the big ass scope). Spent the afternoon trying to get it all to work on the early moon (but very hard due to virtually no contrast). Later it turned out a group from Carnegie Mellon Alumni were coming through and using the 60 in. The Alumni were a fairly social, and well educated lot. Quite an array of astros and non-astros. Did what I could to help out, but was getting some fairly chilly vibes from one of the woman organizers. Shortly after 11ish I was the first to identify the impact site. When it was quiet we set up the web cam and shot a load of footage. Without the marine layer ...
Glitter - Ghostland Observatory From the album of 'Codename: Rondo'. Track 1 Lyrics: Well, look out kids, 'cause here I am Hunting you down like Uncle Sam Blowing your mind like thunder from the sky Your momma's screaming 'why?' Woohoo... Woohoo... Woohoo... You see your life in the pouring rain I see your life going down the drain Come with me from sea to shining sea I can set you free Woohoo... Woohoo... Woohoo... In your dreams, baby you will see A picture of you and a picture of me Side by side, holding out your hand Welcome home my friend Woohoo... Woohoo... Woohoo...
Solar Dynamics Observatory Lifts Off The Atlas V rocket carrying NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, SDO, lifted off from the Cape Canaveral AFS, Fla. Feb. 11. www/nasa.gov/sdo
Most Complex Observatory Releases First Image Humankind's most intricate radio-telescope, ALMA (Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array) captured this image of the colliding Antenna galaxies. Only 22 of ALMA's 66 planned antennas are built; the array will span 16 kilometers of the Chilean high plateau.
Griffith Observatory Los Angeles, CA General Information Griffith Observatory is an icon of Los Angeles, a national leader in public astronomy, a beloved civic gathering place, and one of southern California's most popular attractions. The Observatory is located on the southern slope of Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park, just above the Los Feliz neighborhood. It is 1134 feet above sea level and is visible from many parts of the Los Angeles basin. The mission of Griffith Observatory is inspiring everyone to observe, ponder, and understand the sky. Griffith Observatory 2800 East Observatory Road Los Angeles, CA 90027 (213) 473-0800 This address can be entered into GPS or mapping programs to get to the Observatory. Admission to the Observatory building and grounds is FREE. There is a nominal charge to see shows in the Samuel Oschin Planetarium. Griffith Observatory is owned and operated by the City of Los Angeles, Department of Recreation and Parks. The Director of Griffith Observatory is Dr. EC Krupp. The Observatory Deputy Director is Mark Pine. The Curator is Dr. Laura Danly. Address and Contact Numbers Griffith Observatory 2800 East Observatory Road Los Angeles, CA 90027 General Information Line: 213-473-0800 LA City's "311" Information Line: 866-4LACITY The address above can be entered into GPS or mapping programs to get directions to the Observatory. You can also see a map of the Observatory area by clicking here. Lat = 34° 06' 46.8" N; Long = 118° 18' 5.5" W elevation = 1134 ft = 345.5 m magnetic ...
Keck Observatory Exactly how big is our universe, and what place do we have in it? Come explore the Keck Observatory, where the human mind is opened to a vast realm of new possibilities. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Birth of a Great Observatory Watch this and other space videos at For many centuries, maps of the southern sky showed extensive blank areas -- the Terra Incognita of the heavens. The year 1595 For the first time, Dutch traders set sail to the East Indies. At night, navigators Pieter Keyser and Frederik de Houtman measured the positions of more than 130 stars in the southern sky. Soon, celestial globes and maps showed twelve new constellations, none of which had ever been seen before by any European. See this fascinating story from ESOCast. The British were the first to construct a permanent astronomical outpost in the southern hemisphere. The Royal Observatory at the Cape of Good Hope was founded in 1820. Not much later, John Herschel built his own private observatory, close to South Africa's famous Table Mountain. What a view! Dark skies. Bright clusters and star clouds high overhead. Little wonder that Harvard, Yale and Leiden observatories followed suit with their own southern stations. But the exploration of the southern sky still took lots of courage, passion and perseverance. Until fifty years ago, almost all major telescopes were located north of the equator. So why is the southern sky so important? First of all, because it was largely uncharted territory. You just can't see the whole sky from Europe. A prominent example is the centre of the Milky Way, our home galaxy. It can hardly be seen from the northern hemisphere, but from the south, it passes high overhead. And then there ...
Travel Los Angeles, California - The Griffith Observatory Take a tour of Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, United States -- part of the World's Greatest Attractions travel video series by GeoBeats. When most people think of seeing stars in LA, their minds jump to celebrities. Really, though, the best place for star-gazing in Los Angeles is the Griffith Observatory. Colonel Griffith J. Griffith donated both land and money for the observatory in his will. Construction began in 1933, and the complex opened in 1935 and was immediately swamped by visitors. The vast observatory includes telescopes and a planetarium. This facility is an important piece of history as Apollo astronauts learned celestial navigation here. The Griffith Observatory has plenty of exhibits that will appeal to visitors of all ages.
Observatory Crest - Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band Song: Observatory Crest (3/9) Album: Bluejeans And Moonbeams (1974) Artist: Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
Best VGM 735 - Dragon Quest IX - The Observatory Symphonic Suite version here: A collection of my favorite videogame music. Note that most of them are from games I played so I might miss some great ones from games I never played. Nintendo DS Dragon Quest IX : Sentinels of the Starry Skies (2009) The Observatory (天使界) Koichi Sugiyama
Super Mario Galaxy Comet Observatory Music Comet Observatory Plays In: Comet Observatory
Ghostland Observatory - Sad Sad City (CD VERSION) Sad Sad City Ghostland Observatory Paparazzi Lightning 2006
Majora's Mask OST - Astral Observatory My god... this is probably my favorite piece of music in the entire game. I love it so much.
Palomar Observatory October, 2006 Aluminizing Washing the 14.5 ton mirror at Palomar Observatory