Mars Met Venus Film Download

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Covered by clouds and shrouded in mystery, the planet Venus was the last place Carson Napier (a somewhat more cautious hero than John Carter), expected to touch down when he launched his secret rocket ship to Mars. But a miscalculation sent him hurtling out of control through the cloaking mists of Earth’s sister world. When Carson Napier’s giant rocket crash landed on planet Venus, he knew that there would be no return to Earth for him. His problem was to survive some how until other Earth rockets could follow. Beneath the cloud cover of Venus Carson discovers a world of sky-high trees, warring kingdoms and princesses in need of rescue. But, more often than not, it seems that Carson is the one in need of rescuing! Venus was a place of unmapped oceans dotted with great islands; a world with mammoth forests whose trees pierced the clouds and whose cities squatted on their branches and winged men flew. A planet whose inhabitants included men, half-men, and monsters, all struggling with each other for dominance.

Captured by an ancient native civilization, Carson glimpsed a beautiful woman in a palace garden and committed a sin unpardonable by the laws of his adopted planet — He fell in love with a princess of Venus… Beneath the eternal clouds, Carson found a race of strange men inhabiting trees that made the giant red woods of California look like mere saplings. These men – and their woman – were all very handsome and healthy, for they had discovered the secret of perpetual youth and the method of avoiding all disease. But despite all their wisdom, imminent danger threatened to wipe out all the Vepajans and their lovely princess Duare.

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The world of Amtor (as the Venusians call their planet), like Barsoom, is very advanced in some ways and very backwards in others. Scientists have harnessed atomic power for their sea-going ships, but are completely ignorant of the concept of flying machines until Carson builds one. Whichever means of travel you use, don’t stray too far from land. Amtorians think their world is a flat disc, and if you travel to the rim you might freeze to death in the frozen wastes at the edge, and if you venture toward the center of the disc you could die from the heat. With their belief that the equator is where the North Pole is and vice versa you can get lost on Amtor pretty fast.

A trip to Amtor is bound to be loaded with adventure and thrills. And if you run across Carson Napier, give him a hand out of his current predicament, after all he did land on the wrong planet….

Videos of the planets

Here you can download several videos of the planets (in .avi format) made by amateur astronomers around the World. They enable you to practice the image processing techniques.

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The most popular planets...(clicks)
Moon166661
Mars11288
Saturn9782
Jupiter7634

The 5 most clicked links:
Clavius crater (region 3)90589
Clavius crater (region 1)71287
Mars (Rolf Arcan)7657
Jupiter from Singapore7634
Saturn (first video)3532





Jupiter

First video

© Jean-Yves Beninger
On July 4 2007 in Singapore


+ Excellent image quality
(excellent seeing)

+ Very easy to process
Rubric: astronomy
The website of Jean-Yves


Click on the thumbnail to see a raw image of the video...


File 'jupiter_4juillet_2007.rar' of 225 Megabyte (1.54 GB after decompressed on your hard drive), corresponding to 3 minutes of video and being hosted by 'Driveway' (I don't host the video directly on my website because of a lack of sufficient bandwidth)...


How to download the video The video Clicks : 7634

Equipment used:

- A telescope Meade LX200 GPS 12' at f/d 30

- A webcam Philips ToUCam Pro in color








First video

© Rolf Arcan
October 2005


+ Excellent image quality
(excellent seeing)

- Residual dust
(very easy to remove)
Rubric: astronomy
The website of Rolf

Extract compressed in DivX : (738kb)

Click on the thumbnail to see a raw image of the video...


File 'mars.rar' of 50 Megabyte and uncompressed, corresponding to 1 minute 30' of video and being hosted by 'Rapidshare' (I don't host the video directly on my website because of a lack of sufficient bandwidth)...

How to download the video
The video Clicks : 7657

Equipment used:

- A telescope Newton 400 à at F 4.5

- A webcam Philips ToUCam Pro in color





+ Good image quality
(seeing was quite good)

+ Easy to process
Rubric: astronomy

Click on the thumbnail to see a raw image of the video...


File 'marsssd1.rar' of 19 Megabyte, corresponding to 2 minutes of video and being hosted by 'RapidShare ' (I don't host the video directly on my website because of a lack of sufficient bandwidth)...

How to download the video
The video Number of clicks : 1867

Equipment used:

- A telescope Meade LX200 GPS 10'

- A webcam Philips ToUCam Pro 2 in color

- A TeleVue 3x barlow lens
With this astronomy video, you can learn about the processing of color videos. This also demonstrates how dust spots that appear on the video are automatically removed by the processing (no need to do a flat-field).

Met


+ Good image quality
(seeing was quite good)

- Residual dust
(easy to remove)
Rubric: astronomy

Click on the thumbnail to see a raw image of the video...


File 'marsl1.rar' of 19 Megabyte, corresponding to 1.5 minutes of video and being hosted by 'Driveway' (I don't host the video directly on my website because of a lack of sufficient bandwidth)...

How to download the video
The video Number of clicks : 1767

Equipment used:

- A telescope Meade LX200 GPS 10'

- A webcam Philips ToUCam Pro 2 in color

- A TeleVue 3x barlow lens

- A tele-extension to enlarge the image.

You will need to use the technique of flat-fielding to remove any dust spots that appear on the images.



First video

+ Good video, easy to process
- Artefact
(at the right of the globe)
Rubric: astronomy

Click on the thumbnail to see a raw image of the video...


ATTENTION: The video is in black and white (to obtain better images). The output image you get will then be combined with
a color image (eg this one: here) in a specialized software, eg Photoshop using the technique of layers explained here.
How to download the video


The video Number of clicks : 3532

If you don't have Winrar, you can download it here :
Click here
(http://www.download.com/WinRAR/3000-2250_4-10007677.html)

Or here
(http://en.softonic.com/s/winrar)
Equipment used:

- A telescope Meade LX200 GPS 10'

- A webcam Vesta Pro with a 1/3' b&w sensor

- A TeleVue 3x barlow lens

- A tele-extension
Astronomy tutorial essential to deal with a planetary video in B & W:

Click here



+ Very good video
- Difficult to process (dust) Rubric: astronomy

Click on the thumbnail to see a raw image of the video...


ATTENTION: The video is in black and white (to obtain better images). The output image you get will then be combined with
a color image (eg this one: here) in a specialized software, eg Photoshop using the technique of layers explained here.
The astronomy videos are freely hosted on 'Rapidshare' (I don't host them directly on my server, due to a lack of sufficient bandwith). The links below open a new window. Then just click on 'free' and wait a few seconds to download the video. Once you have downloaded a video, you have to wait some time before you can download another part. This restriction is compensated by the free service and it is worthwhile to be patient.

How to download the video

Film Mars Met Venus Full Movie Download

The video Number of clicks : 1976

- If you don't have Winrar, you can download it here :
Click here
(http://www.download.com/WinRAR/3000-2250_4-10007677.html)

Or here
(http://en.softonic.com/s/winrar)
Equipment used:

- A telescope Meade LX200 GPS 10'

- A webcam Vesta Pro with a 1/3' b&w sensor

- A TeleVue 3x barlow lens

- A tele-extension


With this Astro video, you'll be able to learn the technique of flat-field with Iris, thanks to the command 'flat'. I was very surprised to get a beautiful output image, while I used the b&w web cam for the second time only. The atmosphere was stable and unfortunately, I noticed some fine dust spots on the sensor. Fortunately, they can be removed with the flat-field image. It's a good exercise, because it is important to be able to divide an avi video by a flat, because the sensors can still be affected by dust. Of course, the best solution is to clean the sensor (that's what I have done since then), but you will anyway have to master the technique of flat-field... so why don't do this right now?

With flat

Here is the instruction manual for Iris:
Iris
Doing a flat-field with Iris:
Skyimaging's tutorial

A flat-field image and the corresponding flat-field video (useful if you want to remove dust) made with a white sheet and the telescope:
FLAT 1 (.bmp image)

And another made with Iris, in order to remove dust:
FLAT 2 (.bmp image)
Fast processing with Iris of an 'avi' file of a planet, but less efficient than the manual method:
Click here

(function compute_trichro1)
Astronomy tutorial essential to deal with a planetary video in B & W:

Click here


Full version with satellites here
Click on the thumbnail to see a raw image of the video...


+ Exceptional quality for a video in color
(excellent seeing)

- RGB channels difficult to add perfectly together.
Rubric: astronomy
The website of Marc


The videoNumber of clicks : 2616

(direct-downloading on the server of Marc)


The astronomy videos are freely hosted on 'Rapidshare' (I don't host them directly on my server, due to a lack of sufficient bandwith). The links below open a new window. Then just click on 'free' and wait a few seconds to download the video (90Mb, 50' of duration). Once you have downloaded a video, you have to wait some time before you can download another part. This restriction is compensated by the free service and it is worthwhile to be patient.

How to download the video
The video

Equipment used:

- A telescope Meade LX200 GPS 10'

- A webcam Philips ToUCam Pro 3 in color

- A TeleVue 3x barlow lens




+ Good image quality
- Noisy video
Rubric: astronomy

Click on the thumbnail to see a raw image of the video...


The astronomy videos are freely hosted on 'Driveway' (I don't host them directly on my server, due to a lack of sufficient bandwith).

How to download the video
The video Number of clicks : 1513



Astronomy tutorial essential to deal with a planetary video in B & W:


Click here
Equipment used:

- A telescope Meade LX200 GPS 10'

- A webcam Vesta Pro with a 1/3' b&w sensor

- A TeleVue 3x barlow lens

- A tele-extension


First video
© Christophe Pellier


+ Good image quality (seeing estimated to 6/10 by Christophe)
+ The cloud bands are visible (very rare on Venus).
-> Venus : 14.7 of arc second, -2.6 of declination, height: 35-40°, phase: 74%.
Rubric: astronomy
The website of Christophe
Click on the thumbnail to see raw images of the video...


As you can see it, the background of the sky on the raw images is bright because shots were made at twilight. To solve this problem, use this bmp image which represents the background of the sky/dark/offset. Don't forget to adjust the threshold during processing.

The astronomy videos are freely hosted on 'Driveway' (I don't host them directly on my server, due to a lack of sufficient bandwith).

How to download the video
The video Number of clicks : 1756
If you don't have Winrar, you can download it here :
Click here
(http://www.download.com/WinRAR/3000-2250_4-10007677.html)

Or here
(http://en.softonic.com/s/winrar)
Equipment used:

- A Cassegrain Astrotelescope 10' telescope at F/D 34

- A Lumenera SKYnyx 2-0 M camera, at 22 images/s

- A filter UV Schuler 365nm


Astronomy tutorial essential to deal with a planetary video in B & W:

Click here

First video : Tycho
© Video of Rolf Arcan & processed by Sebastien Leboutte


+ Very good video
+ Easy to process
Rubric: astronomy
The website of Rolf


Click on the thumbnail to see a raw image of the video...


File 'tycho.rar' of 74 Megabyte, corresponding to 1 minute of video and being hosted by 'Rapidshare' (I don't host the video directly on my website because of a lack of sufficient bandwidth)...

How to download the video
The video Number of clicks : 1968


Equipment used:

- A telescope Newton 400 F/D 4.5

- A webcam Philips ToUCam Pro
Astronomy tutorial essential to deal with a planetary video:

Click here


Second video : Clavius (mosaic composed of 4 individual images)
© Rolf Arcan
September 2006

Full version here !


+ Excellent image quality !
Rubric: astronomy
The website of Rolf
Venus

Black Venus Film


The astronomy videos are freely hosted on 'Rapidshare' (I don't host them directly on my server, due to a lack of sufficient bandwith). The links below open a new window. Then just click on 'free' and wait a few seconds to download the video. Once you have downloaded a video, you have to wait some time before you can download another part. This restriction is compensated by the free service and it is worthwhile to be patient.


How to download a video?

Part 1 Number of clicks : 71287
Part 2 Number of clicks : 1467
Part 3Clicks : 90589
Part 4 Clicks : 1361

Mars Venus Coaching

Equipment used

- A telescope Newton 400 F/D 4.5

- A webcam Philips ToUCam Pro


Astronomy tutorial essential to deal with a planetary video:

Click here

Have fun and don't forget to send me your results if you can do better than me
(I do not know everything, I'm far from it!)

Feel free to send me an email if you can not download a video ...
If you get a window like this one below while downloading a video, don't panic! Rapidshare automatically removes videos if they were not downloaded for 90 days. Send me an email and I'll fix the problem as soon as possible.


Except for a few videos, all of the videos about the planets seen on this page have been made with a telescope Meade LX200 10 '(not a new LX200 ACF). The Headquarters of Meade is based in the USA and the firm shows a wide range of telescopes starting with the ETX, then the LX90 and finally the high-end LX200, with a good price for money ratio. The new version of the LX200 classic is the LX200 ACF, which differs from its brother by the optical formula. Indeed, the Meade LX200 ACF telescope is a pseudo coma-free Ritchey-Chretien while the old model is a Schmidt-Cassegrain. Thus, the new one is more suited to the photography of stars because it has a field of view without coma.
Astronomical telescopes at entry level seen on Meade's website are not particularly appreciated by the community of amateur astronomers: you can find plastic and the goto system - although effective - is not very useful because it operates on small aperture telescopes that can't solve details on the galaxies and other objects of the deep sky.
You'll no doubt have the opportunity to see many photos taken with Meade telescopes on the forums of astronomy. Without wishing to advertise for the brand Meade, I think that these telescopes (from Meade LX90 to LX200 ACF) have a large potential on ccd imaging and video. If you are photographing with this type of telescope, be aware that you'll be forced to limit the length of your exposures in order to avoid the field rotation effect which is inherent with alt-azimuth mounts. Fortunately, it is easily removed by a computer (see technical section of my site). For deep sky imaging, it is necessary to have a wedge placed below the fork mount.
Celestron is the direct competitor of Meade, but I'm not familiar with this brand, so I won't say anything about it.
I describe in more detail my views on Meade's astronomy equipment on this page.

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