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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Wordless Wednesday - Geostationary Satellites Beyond the Alps #WW with Linky

Now, if you come here often, you will know that I love the night sky.  Here is a short video of the night sky beyond the Alps of the Geostationary Satellites. 





Geostationary satellites in the Swiss Alps from Michael Kunze on Vimeo.





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34 comments:

  1. i have the same reaction..that is soo cool!!

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  2. That is So neat! I love the night sky too :)

    Brandi
    www.yeewittlethings.blogspot.ca
    WW w/LINKY

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  3. Ok, I agree with the others...that's really cool! How'd you find the video? Are you on Viemo often?

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  4. We were just trying to locate a local planetarium! The boys want to learn constellations!

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  5. Ever since I moved from the city to a suburb close to Fox River the stars are so big and so many it's amazing the difference, but the best stars I've ever seen was in Las Vegas, Nevada where my mom use to live. At night they're so big you can just stare for hours.

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    1. Where I live, you can look up into the sky, and when you get to staring at the stars, you realize how thick the universe is with them.

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  6. I adore everything to do with the sky, stars, galaxies, the whole nine yards. This was great!

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  7. That was so neat! I love looking at the night sky and have my daughter hooked. She and I have stayed up most of the night on several occasions for eclipses and meteor showers. Great time!

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  8. What a great video. Thanks for sharing, linking up and providing a link here. Glad I found your blog!

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  9. The night sky is certainly magical :)
    Thanks for linking up for WW!

    Paula
    lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com

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  10. Thank you for visiting Wordless Wednesday at http://acts17verse28.blogspot.com/. I appreciate you stopping by and sharing your photo this week! I hope to see you again soon.
    Have a great week,
    NCSue

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  11. That was amazing, love the sky.

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  12. Wow, that's really fascinating! I've never seen any before. Seems like there are so many too.

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  13. Wow, amazing. It's the natural work fantastic x

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  14. Gorgeous! I live in a small town in Saskatchewan and watching the night sky is one of my favourite things about living here!

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    1. There isn't anything like living in an area with no lights around, and seeing the humongous amount of stars in the sky.

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  15. Wow, the universe is so magnificent!!

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  16. We live in the country and I love the night sky! Thanks for letting me link up! Please visit me at NanaHood.com and link up with me. It's lonely there today!

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  17. So pretty! It's amazing what things (that we often take for granted) look like from another perspective!

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  18. So cool.. Thank's for sharing..

    Visiting for Wordless Wednesday- hope you can stop by:)

    http://www.loveablecassandra.com/2012/04/hunting-for-more-eggs.html

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  19. Thanks for the wordless Wednesday post! I always enjoy them!

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  20. I really need to start doing a Wordless Wednesday on my blog. I do love taking photo's!!

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    1. You should. I bet you would have some great photos, too!

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  21. So beautiful!!

    Visiting for WW- hope you can stop by:)

    http://dsahmblogs.com/2012/04/wordless-wednesday-home-depot-kids-workshop.html

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