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Milky Way and Magellanic Clouds from Western Australia

There’s no sound and it’s short. But it’s sweet and should be watched full screen: Milky Way and Magellanic Clouds from Western Australia, by Colin Legg. Watch more videos by Colin Legg on t...

A Black Swallowtail Butterfly comes out of its chrysalis

A Black Swallowtail Butterfly coming out of its chrysalis, time lapsed. Related: an excellent documentary set of videos capturing the Monarch Butterfly from caterpillar egg to butterfly, with narration… Egg hat...

The Unseen Sea, a time lapse of clouds and fog around San Francisco

This time lapse video of clouds and fog was captured around the San Francisco Bay Area by Oakland-based Swiss animator and photographer Simon Christen: The Unseen Sea. There are more fog videos on this site. Th...

An Eiffel Tower made from Kapla Blocks

Benjamin Crouzier is clearly a Kapla aficionado; his YouTube channel is full of amazing videos like this one: Tour Eiffel en Kapla. And not only are his structures well built, but some of them are set up to fall like...

Time lapse night view from the International Space Station

A time-lapse night view from the front of the International Space Station as it orbits Earth.  This movie begins over the Pacific Ocean and continues over North and South America before entering daylight near Antar...

Where In The World Are You? (14000 Dominoes)

Like domino chain reactions? Then watch FlippyCat — So. Many. Videos. And above and beyond, their vids make a point of showing how things fall by accident, get cleaned up, and have to be rebuilt… again and again: ...

Rover’s Eye View of Three-Year Trek on Mars

309 images of the 13 miles between Victoria crater and Endeavour crater on Mars, taken by NASA’s Mars Rover Opportunity. Via JPL. 

Landscapes – Exploring Arizona and Utah in time lapse

Landscapes: Volume Two — the second of three, with notes here — features stunning images of Arizona and Utah, including time lapse skies filled with stars. Via @brainpicker. 

Al Jarnow’s Cosmic Clock (1979)

A billion years pass in under two minutes, this classic Al Jarnow animation from 3-2-1 Contact in 1979 visualizes the passage of time for all ages: Cosmic Clock. From the early 1970s through the 1990s, Jarnow made ...

Earth: Seen from ISS expeditions 28 and 29 (2011)

This video might seem like déjà vu — you’ve seen something like it before — but this one is so much more stunning! Be sure to watch it HD full screen.  This new (or newly edited?) video was shot ...

The decomposition of a watermelon over 35 days

35 days of a watermelon decomposing.  Via

Museo Reina Sofía

An introduction video for the Museo Reina Sofia, Spain’s national museum in Madrid. 

A night time lapse of Comet Lovejoy

Night Time Lapse of Comet Lovejoy (C/2011 W3) rising above the Andes near Santiago de Chile, 23rd December 2011, just before sunrise. Set of 4 sequences taken with different lenses “...

How nomads put together a ger (or yurt)

The nomadic people of Mongolia don’t stay in one place for long. That’s why they live in gers (which American’s know by the Russian name, yurt), a home that is fast and eas...

Time lapse: Hot air balloons inflating for launch

Time-lapse hot air balloons inflating for launch and then, one by one, taking off into the sky.  via The Awesomer.

Time lapse decomposition of a tomato over two months

Time lapse decomposition of a tomato over two months. 

Time lapse of the Life Cycle of the Silkworm

Meet the Bombyx Mori in its caterpillar, larva or “worm” state — silkworm to be specific (though it’s not a worm at all). There’s an entire series of videos online...

Time lapse radish seeds sprouting

A time lapse spanning 9 days shows the growth of radish seeds sprouting while their roots grow deeper into the dirt. Many plants, such as trees and flowers, have vascular systems. These vasc...

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