Distort your senses of the night sky

Meteor persistent train

You are about to take a voyage of discovery that’s 100 per cent within the realm of site and sound. You may think you’re in the twilight zone but you’re not.  It’s reality.

Temporal Distortions by Dakotalapse is the most impressive film I’ve seen of the night sky. This time lapse high definition film may seem like a computer animation but it’s not. It’s what you and I see and experience every night when we look into the night sky.

The film sequences were shot in South Dakota, Utah’s Arches National Park and Colorado’s Canyon of the Ancients in  2011.These 20-30 second exposures were pieced together over several long hours to produce this impressive film.

You will witness the sky moving around you, meteors whizzing through the night sky and the swirls of colourful auroras.

You will experience the Milky Way like you never have before.

So set back and click to one of the most exciting and memorable experiences of the night sky that you will probably ever see.

Here’s the link http://dakotalapse.com/2012/02/temporal-distortion-2/



About Mario Carr

Mario Carr has a Physics degree from McMaster University and hosts this blog. He is the director of publicity for the Hamilton Amateur Astronomers and has helped to raise the profile of the group. He writes an astronomy column and appeared on CHCH-TV to talk about the night sky. Mario is the founder of the Carr Marketing Group in Burlington, Ontario and can help with your marketing, communications, publicity and public relations needs. He can be reached at www.carrmarketinggroup.com or mariocarr@cogeco.ca.
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