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17 Apr 2017 07:29

Quite awesome, though it's a bit hard to know the scale in some of the images.  I wonder how much will remain in July.

Over here we had early snow this winter, but very little snowfall during the winter, so most was melted by the first warm spell in April.  Fortunately, we've had some fresh snow and cold weather in the last week just in time for Easter break renewing the skiing opportunities in Oslo and it seems to stay for another week.
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18 Apr 2017 03:25

midtskogen wrote:
Source of the post Quite awesome, though it's a bit hard to know the scale in some of the images.  I wonder how much will remain in July.

Yeah, it was often hard to grasp the scale in person, too.  The fir trees (~20m tall) probably provide the best reference, especially for things very far away.

On a typical year they will get the road cleared enough to open it sometime in July, and at that point everything is still pretty deeply covered.  Most of the ground gets exposed during August, and many snowfields stay year-round.  Depends on the weather but it will be interesting to see how late this pack lasts.  It's also interesting to think of how much water must be stored in it -- a few meters liquid equivalent over a very wide area.
 
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20 Apr 2017 12:06

I made an album of calm piano music, accompanied with orchestral instruments. It's made on six pieces about ten minutes long.

Here's the link : https://voekoevaka.bandcamp.com/album/c ... s-de-piano

Hope you'll enjoy it !
If you wanna hear some of my music : https://voekoevaka.bandcamp.com/
 
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21 Apr 2017 01:07

Very nice sound! I think they would fit perfectly on animated shorts like The Cat Piano, but also many others
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21 Apr 2017 01:15

Hey voekoevaka!  Nice to see you on the forums again. :)  Great music!  I really like the Renaissance de la Nature.
 
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21 Apr 2017 01:56

Thank you for your replies !

I will post more soon. A have to record a singer next weekend, we hope we'll finish this song, as it is the last missing part of a full album.
If you wanna hear some of my music : https://voekoevaka.bandcamp.com/
 
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25 May 2017 17:26

Hi all ! 
If some of you haven't heard of it, JUNO perijove 6 contain spectacular images :
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25 May 2017 18:47

\o/  Those are incredible.  Very nice processing. :)
 
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07 Jun 2017 16:38

Solaris:
Source of the post \o/



Yeah, those are truly amazing. Well done. Those little white specs and whisps though... They almost look like clouds, is that what they are? Clouds above larger clouds... I guess it is possible, right?



I've been doing some Star Wars math and art lately, looking to start doing some more infographics and considering starting a channel with technical commentaries.
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09 Jun 2017 15:04

Spent the last week and a half in Florida, took quite a few pictures so here is a decent sized dump.  Spent some time in the Everglades, pretty cool place and definitely need to go back.

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Couple of lizards and a flower
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09 Jun 2017 15:11

looks beautiful!!
did you go to a hunted houses? :D
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09 Jun 2017 16:20

Outstanding photos, Doc.  Love the birds and the bugs! <3
 
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09 Jun 2017 19:19

Wow :O Amazing images, Solaris! Excellent work!
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18 Jun 2017 10:27

My first photo dump on this newfangled forum. (i've been busy with balancing a full-time job and school.)

I went to Florida recently and visited the Kennedy Space Center.

Saw a totally legit astronaut.
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Entrence
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Moon and flag
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Rockets
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This very crude replica of a command pod with a plywood control panel.
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Gemini Titan-II

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Big engine

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Fake space shuttle launch vehicle

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Me representing SpaceEngine.

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Launch tower.

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Forgot what this building was.

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SpaceX Launch tower

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SpaceX launch tower again

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NASA launch pad 39B

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Crawler and VAB

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Saturn V launch control.

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Saturn V

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Moon buggy

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Apollo command pod

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Suits

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Space knight

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Tip of Saturn V

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Space Shuttle Atlantis

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Gemini capsule

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A very fast plane

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Angry alligator

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Its dinner

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18 Jun 2017 10:35

KSC is an excellent place to visit in Florida. It's best to stay away from the parks in Orlando, which are a terrible waste of money.
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