Archive for February, 2013

12 February, 2013

Curious about Curiosity

Curious about Curiosity

NASA’s Curiosity is currently investigating the Gale Crater on Mars. Last weekend the Mars rover┬ápierced for the first time a hole in a rock called John Klein. Now it is possible to look over the shoulders of Curiosity on to his workplace. Mars Panorama – Curiosity rover: Martian solar day 177 in New Mexico The […]

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7 February, 2013

Animated jump of Felix Baumgartner

In October 2012, Felix Baumgartner jumped from 39 kilometers heights towards the earth. The final results of his jump were released yesterday. However, the CGI made by Red Bull is much nicer, which includes the most important facts of the jump. And that CGI is really very well done, almost better than the real images […]

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6 February, 2013

Moonwalk on a rope

At approximately 10,911 feet high, Cathedral Peak in California’s Yosemite National Park is an outstanding pinnacle just off of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. It derives its name from its square shape, having resisted erosion above the glaciers for centuries. It is also the setting of the spectacular video below. Moonwalk by Bryan Smith is […]

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