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If You Could See Every Satellite, What Would The Sky Look Like? 360/VR

  • If You Could See Every Satellite, What Would The Sky Look Like? 360/VR


    There are over ten thousand satellites in orbit, but only the largest ones in low earth orbit are visible in the hours just after sunset. What would the sky look like if you could see everything in space? I took satellite data and rendered a view of the night sky for an 'average' viewer in North America.
    All the code and files needed to make this are shared with my supporters at Patreon

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  • If You Could See All The Asteroids, What Would The Sky Look Like?


    My first attempt at a 360 video! I took all the asteroids near the Earth, calculate their positions and place them on a virtual Sky sphere. You can pan the view around, use a smartphone or tablet as a virtual window, or a Cardboard compatible viewer to see this the way it's intended.

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    Music is Lost Frontier by Kevin Macleod

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  • 360° VR Spacewalk Experience | BBC HOME


    Throw yourself into the void 250 miles above Earth in this award-winning VR spacewalk inspired by NASA's training program and the astonishing experiences of its astronauts. Home puts you at the center of the story, taking you on an emotional and personal journey while delivering beautiful, heart-stopping, and memorable moments.

    Mobile users: Swipe screen / Move Phone
    PC users: use WASD Or hold left mouse button to look around
    Or use a Virtual Reality headset
    Make sure you change the quality settings on your device to 4k if your net can handle it.

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  • Bright Flashing Light in Night sky that does not move plus flares, metors and Satellites HD video


    USing the Sony A7s again with the Dark Knight lens enables me to see things in space in video mode that there is no way you could otherwise
    I picked up the flashing light again, three nights in a row. if it is a Geostationary satellite it must be rotating

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  • More Satellites From Last Night Moving across the sky - Amazing to watch - jennings644


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  • What Youd See When Falling Into or Orbiting Black Holes - VR/360


    Black holes bend light in extreme ways near the event horizon, it can focus light into a ring, and create mirror images of the universe.
    Using Space Engine and the 360 feature on Youtube I can simulate this behavior and let you look around.

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    Music is 'Drifter' by Banny Baranowsky

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  • Cool VR walk on the moon with NASA


    From the USA TODAY NETWORK and YouTube, it’s VRtually There, a weekly adventure with three cool VR experiences.

    Ride the world’s tallest roller coaster!

    Maybe you love roller coasters. Maybe you’d never set foot on a roller coaster, never mind the world’s tallest. Whether you’re a coaster freak or fraidy cat, you’ve got to take a virtual ride on the Kingda Ka at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson Township, New Jersey.

    And it’s not just the tallest – it’s also the world’s second fastest. You can almost hear your heart pounding through the screams and rushing wind as the Kingda Ka makes its insane 456-foot ascent – and plummet.

    Walk on the surface of the moon!

    It’s time for a hard truth: It’s probably too late to be an astronaut when you grow up. And even if you could, chances are you’d never set foot on the moon – we haven’t personally visited that luminous satellite in over 40 years.

    So, no magical moon missions for you. But thanks to NASA and the Project Apollo Archive, now you can at least feel like you’ve been.

    In 1972, American astronauts Eugene Cernan and Jack Schmitt were the last men to land on the moon. They brought with them an American flag, some Hasselblad cameras, giddy exuberance and a great sense of humor.

    They took hundreds of detailed photos of the moon’s surface, documenting their landing in exhausting detail. Last year, Project Apollo Archive made available over 8,400 unprocessed, high-resolution photos from that mission.

    We’ve stitched 25 of them together into an astonishing panorama that puts you on the surface of the moon!

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    Take a beautiful trip in virtual reality to Yosemite Park with Ken Burns

    The National Parks Service turned 100 this year, and there are few places on earth more majestic to celebrate its centennial than Yosemite National Park. You might not be able to make the trip to California’s Sierra Nevada mountains, but you can still go there.

    And what better park guide than Ken Burns?

    The documentarian and director of “The National Parks: America's Best Idea” lends his voice and his insight on of the world’s most magical spots, musing on the mystical nature of its beauty – and even goes so far to say Yosemite brings you closer to God. Gazing at the granite cliffs of El Capitan, you start to feel it, too.

    Take a breath. Take it in. And don’t forget to look around!

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  • VR 360 The planets size comparison from the distance of our moon for virtual reality space video


    Welcome to another VR360TV space video production, This time we are going to imagine if all the planets in our solar system were at the same distance of our moon. As the planets rise out of the horizon, in comparison you can see just how massive the the gas giants Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune really are.

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    360 videos can be viewed on any device, if you are using a PC, use a browser that supports 360 videos such as Google Chrome or Firefox.
    If you are watching on a mobile device such as a phone or tablet, make sure you download the YouTube app, you can then swipe around with your finger to see the full 360 degrees of the video. You can also move your phone around to see the 360 as well.

    However the best way to view 360 is in a VR headset such as an Oculus Quest or HTC Vive, although these headsets are amazing but can be a bit expensive. The best way to experiment with VR is to buy a headset to put your phone in, such as a low cost google cardboard on amazon. Here are some links to investigate more about virtual reality

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  • How High Do You Have To Be To See The Curvature of The Earth 360/VR


    It's well understood that from the surface of the Earth the curvature of the planet is not readily visible, but, as you travel higher the shape of the world becomes apparent to a casual glance. So I wanted to actually quantify this in an visual form using Youtube's 360 Video feature, it's obviously best experienced through a VR headset, or a 'Cardboard' style viewer, but you can also use the web browser if you just want to appreciate the visuals.

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  • Take a Virtual Reality tour of six REAL exoplanets | We The Curious


    What would it be like to stand on the surface of another planet? We teamed up with astrophysicists to create a scientifically accurate, VR tour of 6 exoplanets.

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    Strap on a VR headset, surf the giant waves of Kepler-62e, and gaze across the lava fields of 55 Cancri e.

    Narrated & produced by: Ross Exton

    Special thanks to: Dr Nathan Mayne, Professor David Sing, Dr Tom Evans, Elisabeth Matthews, Dr Sasha Hinkley, Jessica Spake, Dr Stefan Lines, Professor Stefan Kraus, Lee Pullen, Anna Henley, Ollie Brown, Bridget Sealey, Josie Forsyth.

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    We The Curious is an idea and a place for everyone. We’re all about asking questions, being playful and testing things out. An educational charity that removes boundaries around science - connecting art, people, everything, in a united culture of curiosity.

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  • ENTER THE BLACKHOLE IN 360 - Space Engine 360 video


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  • Celestial sphere 360°


    NOTE: Best viewed full screen in a dark room or in VR

    In this 360 degree reconstruction of the night sky, you can look around and take in the breathtaking sight of just over 100 million of the brightest stars from the Bright Star, Tycho-2, and UCAC3 star catalogues. (Drag to rotate or tilt your device)

    See how many constellations you can identify!

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  • Where Are the Stars? See How Light Pollution Affects Night Skies | Short Film Showcase


    Of the many ways Earth is polluted, light pollution may be the least talked about. It's not an illusion; astronomers measure it from one to nine on the Bortle scale, and earlier this year, one study suggested that light pollution may be causing spring to come earlier. This short film, shot mainly in California by Sriram Murali, goes through all the levels of the scale, showing how the view of the cosmos gets better in less light-polluted areas.
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  • Parallel Lines Might Meet at the End of the Universe | 360 VR


    What is the shape of the Universe? We’re used to thinking that the Universe was born in the Big Bang. But we also forget that it’s just a theory, and just like any other theory about the beginning of everything, the Big Bang theory has its flaws. For example, we have absolutely no idea why it happened in the first place and what possibly could have caused it. Was there another Universe that was constricting into a dot before exploding once again?

    Another huge problem with the Big Bang is that the Big Bang didn’t explode in a normal fashion, and instead produced the Universe that is, as far as we know, flat. Even if it has the slightest curvature, that’s not a sphere-shaped Universe you would’ve expected from the Big Bang. Yes, scientists largely agree that the Universe is flat! How is that possible? Let's try to figure out!

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  • I spent a week in darkness, heres what I saw


    On December 31st 2019 at 11:59pm - we put a guy in a pitch black room for 155 hours.

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  • Journey To The Edge Of Space


    Experience what it’s like to leave Earth, traveling to over 90,000 feet into the stratosphere. Never before has a 360 video been recorded at these heights – so buckle up and enjoy the view as Seeker takes you on a journey to the Edge of Space.

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  • STARLINK satellites train seen from earth - SpaceX Elon Musk



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    This video shows the SpaceX Starlink satellites train seen from europe. Starlink is the name for a satellite constellation being constructed by SpaceX in order to provide satellite Internet access.The constellation will consist of several hundreds of small starlink satellites in low Earth orbit, which working together with ground transceivers. SpaceX also plans to sell some of the spacex satellites for military, scientific, or exploratory purposes.

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  • How To Use Your Smartphone to See Through Walls! Supermans X-ray Vision Challenge


    Want to become a spy? In this video I show you how to use your smartphone to see through walls using RF 3D imaging technology. You can even combine some tech and get wall penetrating motion sensing! Checkout how to see-through walls an other materials even concrete. This is so cool. I might just use this setup to see through walls or doors or floors in the future of the need arises!

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  • All the Planets from Inside in 3D


    What's inside the Earth? The crust is a relatively thin layer that takes up only 1% of the Earth's volume. At the Earth's center, there's a core that consists of two parts: the outer and the inner core. The temperature at the boundary of our planet's inner and outer core is 10,800˚F - that's as hot as the surface of the Sun! But have you ever wondered what other planets are made of?

    Well, all 8 planets of our Solar System are unique and made of very different stuff! And what is inside a planet can impact what’s on the outside! So how about going on a space journey from the Sun to Neptune, the farthest planet of the Solar System? Let's check what's inside each celestial body on our way and learn some new facts about space!


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    Venus 2:28
    Earth 3:27
    Mars 4:55
    Jupiter 6:02
    Saturn 7:31
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    Neptune 9:20

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  • Climbing Olympus Mons - Tallest Planetary Mountain in the Solar System


    Olympus Mons is a gigantic volcano on Mars. With 21km in height and a surface area comparable to many countries it is by far the tallest planetary mountain in the Solar System. So than what would it be like to climb this volcano? What would you see? Watch the video to find out.

    Into, outro and other clips in the video were made with Space Engine.

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  • What If the Moon Fell to Earth?


    What if the Moon suddenly began getting closer to Earth? To the point where it was on a collision course with our planet? Would the Earth survive the crash?

    Or, would a crash even happen? Would the moon get torn up by Earth’s gravity? What would this crumbled moon look like from Earth? Here’s what would happen if the Moon fell to Earth. The Moon is Earth’s only natural satellite, and the largest object to brighten our night sky.

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  • Building Public and Street Spaces with CityEngine


    Learn how to build 3D representations of public spaces and streetscapes using Esri technology. We’ll explore using free publicly available data sources such as Open Street Map to rapidly create urban areas from whole cities to neighborhoods. We’ll enhance small extent scenes using procedurally modeling to create detailed representations of parks and open spaces, as well as street spaces. We’ll then build custom specific buildings using a combination of hand modeling with push/pull ++ and procedural rules.

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  • The Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima | The Daily 360 | The New York Times


    Through modeling and mapping technologies, witness from above what happened in Hiroshima, Japan on Aug. 6, 1945.

     By: Kaitlyn Mullin, Veda Shastri, Nicole Fineman, and Samantha Quick

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    The first nuclear weapon to be dropped on humans was the Little Boy atomic bomb, dropped on Hiroshima, Japan during World War II. The destruction caused killed thousands of people, injured many more, and caused long-lasting effects such as cancer and birth defects.


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  • The Hubble Space Telescope 360° Tour


    Pay a visit to the Hubble Space Telescope in its orbit above Earth’s surface and take a tour of the technology behind Hubble’s spectacular cosmic images. This 360 degree video points out Hubble’s instruments, mirrors, and other major components, and explains their purpose.

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  • This is the most amazing drone weve seen yet


    The Inspire One drone looks cool flying and offers a ton of new features, including a 360 degree camera that records in 4K.

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    The drone game has changed. That may sound like hyperbole, but that was my first impression when experiencing the DJI Inspire One. This is a unit that anyone could pick up and learn to fly quickly, just as you could with the DJI Phantom. But it offers a ton of powerful new features that were previously only available in units too big, dangerous, and expensive for the average consumer to own.

    Watching the Inspire One take off and land is exciting, because it transforms mid-flight, with the legs folding up after takeoff so you can shoot 360 degrees of unobstructed video. The unit also has a ground-facing camera that can track what's below and keep the unit stabilized, even when there is no GPS signal, making it much easier to fly indoors.

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  • The deepest image of the Universe ever taken | Hubble: The Wonders of Space Revealed - BBC


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    Spectacular visualisation of the Hubble Ultra Deep Field - one of the deepest optical images of the Universe ever taken.

    To celebrate the 30th anniversary of its launch, this film tells the remarkable story of how Hubble revealed the awe and wonder of our universe and how a team of daring astronauts risked their lives to keep it working

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  • Gaias mission: solving the celestial puzzle


    A space mission to create the largest, most-accurate, map of the Milky Way in three dimensions will revolutionise our understanding of the galaxy and the universe beyond.

    On 19th December 2013, a rocket blasted into the sky from a launch site in French Guiana and travelled 1.5 million km to reach its destination in orbit around the Sun. The spacecraft is called Gaia. Its mission, funded by the European Space Agency and involving scientists from across Europe, is to make the largest, most precise, three-dimensional map of the Milky Way ever attempted.

    It will be a census of a billion stars spread across our galaxy. The results, says Professor Gerry Gilmore from Cambridge's Institute of Astronomy and the Principal Investigator for UK involvement in the mission, will revolutionise our understanding of the cosmos as never before.

  • Align Satellite Dish Without a Meter After Hitting it!


    In This video I do a brief tutorial of re-aligning your satellite dish after hitting with a lawnmower or whatever. This is not instruction for a full install. I am assuming you know the approximate direction the dish was pointed and that it was only knocked over a little bit. A full alignment will require a compass and I don't get into all that here in this video.

  • Kodak PixPro SP360 — The Review Awakens 4K 360


    In-depth review of Kodak PixPro SP360 Dual Pack. Which allows you to shoot 360° videos. Which you can watch with VR glasses as well. This video is a 360 degree video, you can move it around with W A S D keys or if you're on your phone, iPhone, Android etc just tilt the phone to the thing you want to see.

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  • EQ6R - Pro / ASIAir Pro | Full Workflow


    In this tutorial I'll show you how to control every function of your SkyWatcher EQ6R-Pro with the help of the ZWO ASIAir Pro.

    If you have a dedicated astro camera, filters, and auto-guider this workflow will allow you to control everything from your smartphone / tablet! No hand-controller required!

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  • NASA Mission Control Live: Cassini’s Finale at Saturn


    Friday, Sept. 15, 7-8:30 a.m. EDT: Cassini mission's Grand Finale. Live commentary. See inside mission control as we awaited the FINAL signal and science data from our Cassini spacecraft. After two decades in space, NASA's Cassini mission to Saturn is at the end of its remarkable journey of exploration.

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  • What If You Lived in the Devonian Period?


    Human beings have existed for 300,000 years and have managed to live in many unstable environments. We've survived ice ages, devastating pandemics and world wars. But how would we fare even further back in time? What about 400 million years ago, when deadly marine life dominated our oceans and creatures on land were practically non-existent? Let's imagine your What If time machine happened to break down right at this moment, trapping you in the Devonian Period. What would life be like? Where would you live? How long could you last?


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  • Joe & Joe Weather Show Thanksgiving Week No Major Storms, Cold Start & Finish, Mild Thanksgiving Day


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  • Satellites—You Can See Them! — A Search the Sky Activity


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  • Orion Night vision satellite & UFO Hunting


    Night vision filming in the constellation Orion. During the 90 minute shoot, 19 objects were filmed. 13 of the best are shown here with 2 being identified.

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  • Starlink satellites simulation when all 12k are up


    Schematic representation of planned 12000 Starlink satellites which will be visible during a summer night, at 32° latitude (north is up).

    Only illuminated satellites are shown. This is a schematic simulation of all visible passes - most of the satellites won't be visible to a naked eye (however they will be visible through a telescope or in long exposure photos). Here can be found a real time video of a naked eye view of a small portion of the sky:

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  • Line of Odd Lights in the Night Sky


    I think they're Elon Musk's SpaceX satellites. It was pretty amazing. If you look carefully, you can also see a shooting star further away.

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  • Forget Milky way! The string of SpaceX satellites outshine stars


    A Dutch astronomer captured this footage of 60 satellites floating through the night sky at 550km altitude. That’s SpaceX project Starlight in action – those devices will bring high-speed internet in different location on Earth. The company has a dream of sending as big as 12,000 satellites around our planet in future, but some people aren’t happy with that. Astronomers are worried that the highly reflective satellites will outshine the stars while their radio transmissions will erupt electromagnetic waves necessary to study celestial objects like black holes. Which side would you take?



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  • Starlink train seen from earth - Supermoon may 2020


    SpaceX Starlink train passes in front of supermoon on may 7th, 2020. The video shows a SpaceX Starlink satellites train seen from europe. Starlink is the name for a SpaceX satellite constellation that was being constructed by SpaceX in order to provide fast satellite Internet access all olver thze world.The constellation will consist of several thousands of small starlink satellites in very low Earth orbit, that are working together with ground transceivers.


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  • Southern Skies and Southern Cross - Sixty Symbols


    We're in Australia discussing the view of the night sky from down south.

    Talking with amateur astronomer Paul Haese, based in South Australia, and former Sixty Symbols regular Dr Amanda Bauer, who is now working in Sydney. Extra interview footage at

    Our thanks to the following astrophotographers who allowed us to use their images:

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    Fred Espenak

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  • People in US report seeing UFOs, expert says they are SpaceX satellites


    ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ your small support can get me one day meal ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ Several people reported seeing a fleet of UFOs across the night sky in US last week that were actually Starlink satellites launched by Elon Musk's SpaceX. The way you can tell they are Starlink satellites is they are like a string of pearls, American Astronomical Society's Dr Richard Fienberg said. SpaceX launched 180 satellites between April 29 and May 9. #sutathu,#usreport,#ufos,#spacex,#startup

  • ISS flyover, Starlink satellites and stars over Lake Balaton, Hungary. Night sky timelapse


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    00:00 - Sunset with the Moon and Venus
    00:26 - International Space Station (ISS) flyover
    00:54 - Starlink satellites flyover, with various other satellites, aircraft, meteor flash
    01:14 - International Space Station (ISS) flyover
    01:53 - Meteor flash
    02:08 - North shore of Lake Balaton (Badacsony hills)

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  • Starlink satellites simulation - real time naked eye view


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    Only illuminated satellites are shown. This is a fairly realistic representation (as far as my Starlink magnitudes estimation and Stellarium simulation are accurate)

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    Upcoming exhibition at the Edinburgh Science Festival soon 28th June at Inspace Gallery Edinburgh.



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