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INDIVIDUAL DIGITAL ANIMATION SEQUENCES 3

AN029 -  AsteroidDuration: 140 secondsHDTV 1280x720, 29.97 fpsDV 720x480, 29.97 fps

AN030 -  Triple Asteroid
87 Sylvia
Duration: 140 seconds
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AN031 -  Jupiter
Duration: 140 seconds
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AN032 -  Saturn
Duration: 140 seconds
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AN033 -  Uranus
Duration: 140 seconds
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AN034 -  Neptune
Duration: 140 seconds
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AN035 -  Pluto
Duration: 160 seconds
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AN036 -  Solar Eclipse
Duration: 80 seconds
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AN037 -  Lunar Eclipse
Duration: 120 seconds
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AN038 -  Comet
Duration: 120 seconds
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AN039Globular Star Cluster
Duration: 140 seconds
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AN040 -  Algol
Duration: 140 seconds
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AN041 -  Extrasolar Planet
Duration: 240 seconds
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AN029 - A typical, main-belt asteroid. 

AN030 - Two small asteroidal moons orbit their large parent, asteroid 87 Sylvia. 

AN031 - Dozens of images captured by the Voyager spacecraft were used to create Jupiter's surface map. Surface map courtesy of NASA and Bjorn Jonsson 

AN032 - Dozens of images captured by the Voyager spacecraft were used to create Saturn's surface and ring maps. Surface and ring maps courtesy of NASA and Bjorn Jonsson. 

AN033 - Voyager spacecraft images were used to create Uranus' surface map. Uranus' rings and innermost small moons are also depicted. Surface map courtesy of NASA and Bjorn Jonsson.

AN034 - Voyager spacecraft images were used to create Neptune's surface map. Neptune's rings and innermost small moons are also depicted. Surface map courtesy of NASA and Bjorn Jonsson. 

AN035 - Fictitious surface maps were used to produce this animation in which Pluto, Charon, Nix and Hydra revolve around their common center of mass.

AN036 - Partial phase through totality. Includes Bailey's Beads and the diamond ring effect.

AN037 - The moon passes from penumbral to total eclipse, changing color as it enters Earth's shadow in this "time lapse" movie. Moon image courtesy of NASA.

AN038 - This scene begins with a closeup view of the tumbling nucleus from which we pull away and see the entire coma and tail.

AN039 - Stars follow random paths with varying orbital speeds.

 

AN040 - The two stars comprising Algol revolve around their center of mass. The orbital tilt in this scene matches that seen from Earth, allowing the stars to exhibit the mutual eclipses which have made this binary famous. The colors, diameters and relative distance between the two stars have been depicted as accurately as possible.

AN041 - An apparently solitary star exhibits a cyclic "wobble". A short time later an orbiting planet fades in and both are seen to revolve around their center of mass. The orbital path is optional, and the tilt of the orbital plane can be animated to show the planet transiting the star. Surface map courtesy of NASA and Bjorn Jonsson.