Gusting winds won’t keep this bird’s eyes off the prize
Visualizing the imperceptible with a cosmic timelapse
In a project spanning nearly a decade, Hugo Cornellier took a photo every day and stabilized the results
Hugo Cornelier has been taking a selfie every single day for nearly a decade. Last year he stabilized every single photo, centering his eyes in each one for this timelapse
Watch the seasons come and go as Jeff Dougherty runs the same 5 mile loop in his town in preparation for the Madison Marathon in Montana
This is as close to human flight as it gets
Best demonstration ever.
In this stabilized time-lapse, the stars’ position in the night sky is fixed so you can get a sense of our planet’s movement through space. And now it’s time for some mind-boggling figures: – Earth rotates around its axis (at the Equator) at roughly 460 meters/second (503 yards/second) – Earth orbits around our Sun…