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Video homage to the Cassini mission with a voiceover by Carl Sagan
avisolo
post May 18 2017, 10:18 AM
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I remixed Carl Sagan, Cassini footage of Saturn, real Saturnian sound and music from Max Richter and Nine Inch Nails to pay tribute to NASA's stellar mission which will culminate in a grand finale this summer:
https://vimeo.com/217370907
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post Oct 23 2018, 09:00 AM
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UPDATED CASSINI HOMAGE VIDEO:
https://vimeo.com/293924520
I remixed NASA Cassini spacecraft raw footage of Saturn and its moons, real Saturnian space sound, music from Max Richter (Written On The Sky from his 2004 album The Blue Notebooks) and Carl Sagan's voice (sourced from the audio version of his book The Pale Blue Dot) to pay a humble tribute to NASA's stellar science mission which culminated in a grand finale with the spacecraft disintegrating into Saturn on 15th September, 2017. My video homage ends with a view of Earth and her moon Luna from Saturn.
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post Oct 23 2018, 04:30 PM
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Nice!
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post Nov 4 2018, 07:34 AM
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UPDATE:For those interested in such sublime things, please find a link to my amateur video tribute to NASA's Cassini mission:

Cassini's Saturn: A Homage
https://vimeo.com/293924520

I remixed NASA Cassini spacecraft footage of Saturn and its rings and moons, real Saturnian space sound, music from Max Richter (Written On The Sky from his album The Blue Notebooks) and Carl Sagan's voice (sourced from the audio version of his book The Pale Blue Dot) to pay a humble tribute to NASA's stellar science mission which culminated in a grand finale on 15th September, 2017. The video tribute ends with a view of Earth and Luna from Saturn.

Here's the download link to the full video source file ( 72MB) for your use:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BxkialNCWU...w?usp=drive_web
Surprisingly, the video rendered intricate details even on large screens (I tested it on a large auditorium screen).

Please feel free to share my video with those whom you feel would enjoy it:)
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