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Special Collection Libraries

These standard video animation collections were originally delivered on DVD. 

Currently they are only available via hard drive, thumb drives, etc.

Interstell Animations Disk #1

The Solar System  (Total Disk Time = 01:18:18:13)

1. Mercury 1 - 00:49:29 Zoom in right, rotate center, zoom out left


2. Mercury 2 - 02:20:01 Zoom in right, rotate center, zoom out left

3. Venus Cloud 1 - 00:49:29 Zoom in left, rotate center, zoom out right


4. Venus Cloud 2 - 02:20:01 Zoom in left, rotate center, zoom out right

5. Venus Dissolve 1 - 01:15:01 Zoom in left, rotate dissolve surface center, zoom out right


6. Venus Dissolve 2 - 02:14:29 Zoom in left, rotate dissolve surface center, zoom out right 

7. Venus dual dissolve - 01:59:29 Zoom in left, rotate dissolve to/from surface center, zoom out right 

8. Earth 1 - 00:49:29 Zoom in left, rotate center, zoom out right 


9. Earth 2 - 02:20:01 Zoom in left, rotate center, zoom out right 

10. Extinction - 00:30:00 Rectangular, US fade in, asteroid impact off east coast, fade out

11. Earth Impact - 00:44:00 Earth fade in, asteroid impacts off east coast, fade out 

12. Earth & Moon - 02:20:01 Earth & Moon fade in center, lunar motion also shows shadows 

13. Moon 1 - 00:49:29 Zoom in left, rotate center, zoom out right 


14. Moon 2 - 02:20:01 Zoom in left, rotate center, zoom out right 

15. Moon rotating - 02:20:01 Fade in center, rotates, fades out
 
16. Moon phase close - 01:34:05 Fade in center, rotates, shows phases (close view), fades out 


17. Moon phase far - 01:34:05 Fade in center, rotates, shows phases (far view), fades out 

18. Mars 1 - 00:49:29 Zoom in left, rotate center, zoom out right 


19. Mars 2 - 02:19:29 Zoom in left, rotate center, zoom out right 

20. Mars wet 1 - 01:15:01 Wet Mars, zooms in left, rotate center, dissolve dry, zoom out right 
21. Mars wet 2 - 02:15:01 Wet Mars, zooms in left, rotate center, dissolve dry, zoom out right
 
22. Mars flyover - 01:03:01 Rectangular, fade polar zoom in, cross planet, fade out 

23. Jupiter 1 - 00:49:29 Zoom in right, rotate & tilts center, zoom out left 


24. Jupiter 2 - 02:20:01 Zoom in right, rotate & tilts center, zoom out left 

25. Saturn 1 - 00:49:29 Zoom in right, rotates center, crosses ring plane, zoom out left 


26. Saturn 2 - 02:20:01 Zoom in right, rotates center, crosses ring plane, zoom out left 

27. Saturn rings - 00:59:29 Rectangular, fade in edge view of debris, fade out 

28. Uranus 1 - 00:49:29 Zoom in left, rotates center, cross ring plane, zoom out right 


29. Uranus 2 - 02:20:01 Zoom in left, rotates center, cross ring plane, zoom out right 

30. Neptune 1 - 00:49:29 Zoom in left, rotates center, cross ring plane, zoom out right 


31. Neptune 2 - 02:20:01 Zoom in left, rotates center, cross ring plane, zoom out right 

32. Pluto 1 - 01:10:01 Pluto & Charon zoom in top left, rotate each other, zoom out right 


33. Pluto 2 - 02:40:00 Pluto & Charon zoom in top left, rotate each other, zoom out right 

34. Pluto 1 New - 01:10:01 Pluto, Charon w/new moons zoom in top left, rotate, zoom out right


35. Pluto 2 New - 02:40:01 Pluto, Charon w/new moons zoom in top left, rotate, zoom out right

36. Sun 1 - 01:10:01 Sun w/surface features & corona fades in center, fades out 


37. Sun 2 - 02:40:00 Sun (as above) zooms in left, rotates center, zoom out right 

38. Comet - 01:59:29 Tumbling nucleus fades in, evolving coma & tails, fades out 

39. Bolide 1 - 00:16:15 Multiple debris enters atmosphere top left, moves to bottom right 


40. Bolide 2 - 00:16:15 Single debris enters atmosphere top left, moves to bottom right 

41. Asteroid 1 - 00:49:29 Rotates, fades & zooms in from right, zooms & fades out left 


42. Asteroid 2 - 02:20:01 Rotates, fades & zooms in from right, zooms & fades out left 

43. Asteroid – Earth - 00:50:00 Rectangular, fade in top left, encounter Earth, fade out before impact 

44. Asteroid Sylvia - 02:20:01 Sylvia w/satellites zooms in from right, tumbles center, fade out left 

45. Solar eclipse - 01:20:01 Fades in center, eclipse occurs, fades out 


46. Solar Eclipse Small - 01:20:01 Small version, fades in center, eclipse occurs, fades out


47. Lunar eclipse 1 - 00:59:29 Fades in from right, passes through shadows, fades out left 


48. Lunar eclipse 2 - 01:59:29 Fades in from right, passes through shadows, fades out left 

49. Solar System Form 1 - 01:14:01 Non zooming, solar nebula w/jets & cloud clumps rotates center


50. Solar System Form 2 - 02:24:19 Rectangular, fly into solar nebula, witness system formation w/Earth

Interstell Animations Disk #2
Impacts, Collisions & Explosions


Comet Earth – A pass through debris in a comet’s tail as it passes Earth = 01:18:00

Comet Nucleus – Sun side – A close up view of a rotating comet nucleus with jets and shadows = 00:25:00

Comet Nucleus - A close up view, as viewed from the side and rear of a rotating comet nucleus with jets and shadows = 00:25:00

Tunguska Part 1 – Space view of inbound asteroid passes in front of Sun, heading toward Earth = 00:40:00

Tunguska Part 2 – Inbound rock passes through the outer atmosphere and starts heating up = 00:35:00

Tunguska Part 3 – A view behind asteroid as it plummets toward Earth’s surface = 00:12:00

Tunguska Part 4 – Side view of asteroid as it continues through atmosphere shedding smoke & debris = 00:11:00

Tunguska Part 5 – Inbound asteroid explodes just before reaching the surface in the Tunguska region = 00:34:00

K-T Impact – Inbound asteroid and fragments journey from space to the Cretaceous surface = 00:43:00

Earth Asteroid – Inbound asteroid journeys toward a destined impact on US west coast at night = 01:05:00

Nemesis – Inbound comets make near misses of the Moon and Earth, eventually colliding = 00:50:00

Earth Ring – Close view of primordial Earth with debris field in a ring plane = 00:39:00

Ring – Moon – Primordial Moon collides with debris as it sweeps through Earth’s ring = 00:28:00

Earth – Ring – Moon – A pass across the primordial Earth – Moon system and debris field = 02:19:00

Planetary Nebula – A pass through the polar ejected material of a dying star, pulling back to witness the outer shell exploding and expanding outward as the nebula evolves = 00:53:00

Super Nova – A distant view of a dying super giant star as it explodes, ripping itself apart, sending shock waves across space, leaving a small star embedded in a nebula rich field of view = 00:34:00

Black Hole – Pan across a distant view of a black hole and its polar jets, slowly falling inward through its throat = 01:04:00

Orion Rendezvous – A 3-D journey into the heart of the Orion Nebula utilizing a high-resolution photograph by Robert Gendler, diving into the Trapezium and a nearby proto star to see the early stages of a solar system in formation = 01:46:00

Galactic Voyage – A journey from the night side of Earth, through the Solar System, outward bound through the galactic arms and exciting the Milky Way, revealing a few of its galactic neighbors = 03:19:00

Galactic Voyage Reverse – The same as above but in reverse, starting outside the Milky Way heading inbound = 03:22:00

Moon Formation Sequence (combined) – The 3 part sequence noted above combined into a single, smooth flowing sequence = 03:22:00

Tunguska Impact Sequence (combined) – The 5 part sequence noted above combined into a single, smooth flowing sequence = 01:51:00

Solar System Formation – A journey into the formation of the solar system, encountering proto planets, moons, asteroids and comets; arriving at the primordial Earth – Moon System, that slowly evolves into modern-day = 02:33:00