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Old 05-31-2012, 12:39 PM   #1
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Pretty cool.

Anyone see this film? I bet on a big screen, it's mind blowing. You can pull it up full-screen on utube

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Old 05-31-2012, 01:10 PM   #2
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Really cool!
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Old 05-31-2012, 01:19 PM   #3
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Neat Stuff. I wonder how long the full movie runs.

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Thanks for sharing that, that was COOL!
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Thanks for the link- beautiful! I love taking a starchart camping, and standing outside stargazing. Since Becky got a 3-G Ipad, I've been using an app called Starwalk.
Unfortunately, we have to go several hundred miles to get far enough away from the city to really see the sky. I get joyous anytime I have the chance to see the Milky Way. When I lived in Northern Michigan, it was always just out in the backyard.
Once I was standing in a quiet campground one night in northern IL, starchart in one hand and darkened flashlight in the other. A skunk was making his way through, on what were probably his regular rounds. I saw him coming towards me, but he didn't see me and walked practically right into me. When he got about 6 feet away, I said quietly but firmly, "Excuse me, but I'm standing here". He stopped, and then walked back the way he came from.
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This has me remembering my parents first b&w television, now things as this are out there. The future is here. Thanks!
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