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Outside In

Posted by Bill Nye

07-09-2011 14:05 CDT

Topics: Cassini, pretty pictures, podcasts and videos, Saturn

We all dream of having the ability to fly. Unlike most people in earlier generations, people living now have dreams of flying in space. Outside In plays your dreams right before your eyes. You'll soar past our nearby worlds and see for yourself what these extraordinary places look like up close. It's not imaginary; this film is created entirely from real images transmitted to Earth from our spacecraft. We built these machines to extend our knowledge beyond our own world. Outside In makes you part of our species' extraordinary extraterrestrial journeys.

5.6k Saturn Cassini Photographic Animation from stephen v2 on Vimeo.

 
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Comments:

Cooper: 06/26/2013 09:14 CDT

Outside In is such an awe-inspiring video! I can't stop watching it. I love the visual of the camera crossing to the opposite side of Saturn's Rings. What type of research will be done with the information from these pictures?

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