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Old 20th of October 2011 (Thu)   #1
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Cool Most epic time-lapse ever shot...

This is pretty mind blowing:

http://www.universetoday.com/90082/m...elapse-videos/


I'm still trying to figure out how I can duplicate it on my own... I'm having sort of an oxygen problem and the next problem will probably be a propellent problem...

Ah well...
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Old 20th of October 2011 (Thu)   #2
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WOW thats unreal, thanks for posting!
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Default Re: Most epic time-lapse ever shot...

Cool stuff, Todd, funny thoughts!
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Default Re: Most epic time-lapse ever shot...

Woah... intense....
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Default Re: Most epic time-lapse ever shot...

It's all about location location location - kind of like the NASA astronaut self portraits:
(obviously not my image, hotlinked to NASA)
http://www.nasa.gov/images/content/5...028e016175.jpg

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Default Re: Most epic time-lapse ever shot...

that is amazing.
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sweet
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Sweet! Todd, buy a GOPro HD cam and tie it to a weather balloon.
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Sweet! Todd, buy a GOPro HD cam and tie it to a weather balloon.
Hehe... can I borrow your 5D2 instead?
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Hehe... can I borrow your 5D2 instead?
You can get it from the guy I sold it to.
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