Journey through the universe at the speed of light

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Get your popcorn ready, this is the most mesmerizing space documentary I have seen in a very long time. I still haven't got sick of watching again and again.

  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    Yep, nice computer animation, but 1.30 hours, arrrgggg, had to skip some of it!

    Here is my favourite space video, disregard the Stephen hawking bit at the end of the second video, these are the best ones l could find apart from the slimy corporation ones, that don't work unless you buy their crap!


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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    I watched part of it - it was awesome, but I didn't have time to watch it all the way through either.

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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      You remember when watching Star Trek, how stars just flew by in the background?

      Stars are so far apart, and so distant that if you traveled at the speed of light...

      In an hour, you would be way outside our solar system...

      But stars would virtually stay in the same place....constellations wouldn't change the speed of light.

      At the speed of light....

      It would take you 100,000 years to travel from one end of our galaxy to the other end....and there are billions of galaxies...that we can see.

      At the speed of light, we can get to the moon in a couple of seconds.

      But it would take 4 years to get to the nearest the speed of light.

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  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    I love the purdy colors.

    Gets your creativity going, right?

    (I often wake up at night, thinking, "wtf is out there" and more importantly, "what is to become of me". (I'm an odd duck)); but, there are worst things to be. Like unaware of your own oddities.

    PS: If you liked that, you might like this.

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