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Animation Identification Numbers 10600 through 10699

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For complete transcript, click  here .   10600   Instagram: Satellite Sees More Green On Colorado River
Short recap video of the 2010 Earth Day DLN webcast with Kenji Williams performing   10601   NASA DLN Presents Earth Day with Bella Gaia
Click here to download:   For complete transcript, click  here .   10602   Behind the Scenes with Operation IceBridge
Click here to download:   For complete transcript, click  here .   10603   Arctic 2010 Video File - April 23, 2010
This animated video shares a series of fascinating facts about how climate change affects oceans, land, the atmosphere, and ice sheets around the world. With the help of an animated astronaut touring the Earth, the video explains how NASA's Earth observing satellite fleet enables scientists to gather accurate data and understand those changes.    For complete transcript, click  here .   10605   Know Your Earth: Earth Observing Fleet Studies Climate
In exploring the universe, NASA has uncovered one planet more unusual than all others. This 30 second video shows you which planet that is, and explains that NASA science helps us better understand this world without equal.    For complete transcript, click  here .   10606   Earth: Most Unusual
Operation IceBridge select B-roll.  Arctic 2010.   10607   Operation IceBridge Arctic 2010 B-roll
Operation IceBridge Arctic 2010 B-roll Selects   10608   Operation IceBridge Arctic 2010 B-roll Part 2
NASA satellites such as STEREO, SOHO, and SDO are dedicated to studying the sun. GOES is a weather satellite but also watches the sun constantly. Watch this video and learn why space weather data is so important for every day life here on Earth.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10609   A Weather Satellite Watches The Sun
Stills of the  prominence eruption from the SDO AIA 304 band in several resolutions and file types.  Frame 49   10610   SDO First Light High Resolution Stills
Short teaser video asking some of MAVEN's key science questions.   10611   MAVEN General Teaser
Has pollen got you sneezing? Wondering what's causing that mysterious afternoon haze? How do you find out what's in the air you are breathing? For the thousands of people who visit the University of Maryland Baltimore County's   10612   The Smog Bloggers
This file includes raw multimedia and interviews related to the July 11, 2010 total solar eclipse. These clips, animations, and interviews are mainly for use by the media.   10614   Solar Eclipse 2010 Video File
Meet  Dr. Michael Mumma , Director of the Goddard Center for Astrobiology, and learn about his role in the lab.    For complete transcript, click  here .   10615   The Goddard Center for Astrobiology
Come visit and celebrate Goddard's annual event.  On this day, we recognized and commemorted our unique joury of discovering the mysteries of the cosmos, exploring the stars, planets, and everything in-between.   10616   Goddard Day 2010
Satellite View of the Gulf of Mexico's Oil Spill   10617   Three Months of Oil: Satellites View Gulf Oil Spill
The Inner Solar System: Discovering Earth's Neighborhood  Dr. James Garvin's studio lecture on our inner solar system.   10618   The Inner Solar System: Discovering Earth's Neighborhood w/ Dr. James Garvin
Episode 1: Exoplanets Three astronomers in NASA Goddard's Exoplanets and Stellar Astrophysics Laboratory discuss how Hubble's coronagraph and resulting images have helped scientists find planets orbiting distant stars.    For complete transcript, click  here .   10619   20 Years of Hubble Science
This short video explains the basics of the quadrupole mass spectrometer.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10620   Mass Spectrometry 101
For download:   For complete transcript, click  here .   10621   Robots on the Roof
Click here to download   For complete transcript, click  here .   10622   Michelle Thaller Live Shot Q&A
Reconnection bounce animation   10623   Rebounding Plasma Flows in the Inner Magnetosphere
For complete transcript, click  here .   10624   Instagram: Seeing Holiday Lights From Space
Animation depicting the binary star system.  When viewed from its orbital plane, the red giant eclipses the pulsar.   10625   RXTE Sees Eclipses from Fast X-ray Pulsar
Slates are approximately 20 seconds each.  Photo Credit Michael Studinger (NASA/GSFC).  Click here to Download:   10627   Video File: Large Slab of Greenland's Petermann Glacier Breaks Off
Volunteers using  DiskDetective , a NASA-sponsored citizen science website to find potential planetary nurseries, have made 1 million classifications in less than a year. Goddard astrophysicist Marc Kuchner, the project's principal investigator, explains how it works.  Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .     For complete transcript, click  here .   10628   'Disk Detectives' Top 1 Million Classifications in Search for Planetary Habitats
Audio Interview with Dr. Steven Running (University of Montana)    For complete transcript, click  here .   10630   Plant Productivity in a Warming World
Newly discovered cliffs in the lunar crust indicate the moon shrank globally in the geologically recent past and might still be shrinking today, according to a team analyzing new images from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) spacecraft. The results provide important clues to the moon's recent geologic and tectonic evolution.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10631   NASA's LRO Reveals "Incredible Shrinking Moon"
The Space Operations Institute (SOI) was established at Capitol College, Laurel, MD in 2002 with a grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. This partnership between Goddard Space Flight Center and the college combine the infrastructure necessary to manage satellite operations with an educational program.  It prepares students for careers in all aspects of space mission operations with hands-on experience to gain the skills and knowledge to support NASA space operations programs such as TRMM in satellite operations and development, maintenance and engineering support of satellite ground control systems.       For complete transcript, click  here .   10632   A New Dimension to Learning
On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall along the Gulf Coast. Five years later, NASA revisits the storm with a short video that shows Katrina as captured by satellites. Before and during the hurricane's landfall, NASA provided data gathered from a series of Earth observing satellites to help predict Katrina's path and intensity. In its aftermath, NASA satellites also helped identify areas hardest hit.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10633   Katrina Retrospective: 5 Years After the Storm
In this short video, Townsend and his team hit the ground to study the issue in the forest near Yellowstone National Park. While pine beetles may not significantly impact fire risk, Townsend believes that climate change may be leading to an increase in both pine beetle numbers and the risk of fire.    For complete transcript, click  here .   10634   Wildfire and Pine Beetles
Short video about the Kuiper Belt and the new supercomputer model of its evolution.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10635   Dust Simulations Paint Alien's View of the Solar System
ARTEMIS visualization with narration and music.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10636   ARTEMIS Orbits Magnetic Moon
The GRIP 2010 hurricane mission is in full force.  During this year's Atlantic hurricane season, researchers will be able to   10637   GRIP Video File
B-roll of Hurricane Earl shot by Jane Peterson.   10638   Hurricane Earl B-roll
NASA's Hurricane expert Dr. Jeff Halverson explains how NASA's GRIP mission is keeping a close eye on Hurricane Earl and other storms over the Atlantic. Scientists use data collected from NASA's DC-8, Global Hawk and WB-57 aircraft to study the Genesis and Rapid Intensification Process that hurricanes undergo as they become major storms.     For complete transcript, click  here .   10639   Q&A with NASA Hurricane Expert
This is a narrated tour of a previous conceptual animation.   10640   A Tour of the Water Cycle
Desert Research and Technology Studies (Desert RATS) tests procedures and equipment that could one day be a part of human space flight missions to the moon and Mars. For complete transcript, click  here .   10641   Desert RATS
Noah Petro is a NASA planetary geologist who studies the surface of airless bodies in space, primarily focusing on the moon.  In this video profile, Noah talks about how he was inspired to become a NASA researcher and what excites him most about his career in science.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10642   Planetary Scientist Profile: Noah Petro
This short teaser video introduces us to the mission of Firefly, a CubeSat built by undergraduate students with the partnership of Goddard Space Flight Center and the National Science Foundation.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10645   NASA-led Firefly Mission to Study Lightning
Using the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter's Lunar Orbiter Laser Altimeter (LOLA), NASA scientists have created the first-ever comprehensive catalog of large craters on the moon. In this animation, lunar craters larger than 20km in diameter   10646   Counting Craters on the Moon - Narrated
Firefly will pass over a large number of thunderstorms throughout its one year lifetime, and will provide the first simultaneous measurements of lightning and the gamma rays it can produce.   10647   Firefly Beauty Pass
G2010-086 GSFC Handout   10648   Goddard Space Flight Center Media Handout
Firefly uses a deployable   10649   Firefly Deployment
Beauty shot of Firefly spacecraft in orbit (500 km circular orbit, 45 degrees inclination).  Firefly will launch on a Falcon-1e in spring / summer 2011.   10650   Firefly in Orbit
Artist's conception of energetic radiation generated in the intense electric fields over thunderstorms.  Gamma rays (pink) are emitted as electrons (blue) and positrons (yellow) gain 100 million times their original energy in the space of 1 millisecond.   10651   Radiation Generated in Electric Fields Over Thunderstorms
Secondary electrons that are created in the upper atmosphere can escape to high altitudes, where they are guided by the Earth's magnetic field, and can become stably trapped, bouncing between the hemispheres, and populating the Earth's radiation belts.   10652   Firefly Sees Electrons Populate the Radiation Belts
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden discusses the future with interns and fellows at Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD, July 29.   10653   Ask the Administrator
What is the heliopause?   For complete transcript, click  here .   10654   Introduction to the Heliopause
To download:     For complete transcript, click  here .   10655   NASA Hurricane Hunters
A fully produced video about the evolution of the universe and how the Webb Telescope will help us better understand how early stars gathered into galaxies and the stucture of the universe, the   10656   JWST Feature - Evolution of the Universe
A fully produced video feature about the evolution of galaxies and how the Webb Telescope, optimized to see in the infrared, will help us better understand the origin and development of galaxies.  Total Run time:  2:43   10657   JWST Feature - Galaxy Evolution
A fully produced video feature about galaxy collisions and how the Webb Telescope will help us better understand galaxy evolution.  Total run time: 3:57   10658   Webb Science Feature - Colliding Galaxies
A fully produced video about planetary evolution, the creation of solar systems and how the Webb Telescope will improve our understanding of this process.  Total run time:  3:20   10659   JWST Feature - Planetary Evolution
Animation of the Webb Telescope deploying as it travels toward its orbit location.    10660   JWST Spacecraft Deploy Animation
JWST Science Simulations: Galaxy Evolution wideshot.  This visualization shows small galaxies forming, interacting, and merging to form Milky Way-type galaxies with spiral arms.    10661   JWST Science Simulations: Galaxy Formation
JWST Science Simulations: Galaxy Evolution tracking animation.  This visualization shows galaxies, composed of gas, stars and dark matter, colliding and forming filaments in the large-scale universe providing in a view of the Cosmic Web.    10663   Webb Science Simulations: Re-Ionization Era
Earth Science Week 2010 Kickoff This daytime talk show style video introduces the energetic theme of Earth Science Week, how NASA and energy are connected, and looks in depth at some of the resources available to science educators inside the Earth Science Week Kit. Hosted by Trena Ferrell-Branch, the video features an interview with Dr. Eric Brown De Colstoun and Theresa Schwerin.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10664   Earth Science Week 2010 - Exploring Energy
The full webcast for Earth Science Week 2009: The Changing Oceans.  This webcast features Dr. Marci Delaney and Dr. Gene Feldman, as well as questions from participating schools.   10665   Earth Science Week 2009 Digital Learning Network Event
Learn more about MAVEN from  Bruce Jakosky , MAVEN's Principal Investigator!    For complete transcript, click  here .   10666   MAVEN Science Teaser
Why do scientists and engineers have so many meetings before building a satellite like MAVEN? Watch this video to find out!   10667   The How-To Guide to Satellites: The Design Review
One of the clear features visible in the IBEX maps is an apparent knot in the ribbon. Scientists were anxious to see how this structure would change with time. The second map showed that the knot in the ribbon somehow spread out. It is as if the knot in the ribbon was literally untangled over only 6 months.  First map.   10669   NASA Mission Shows Evolution of Conditions at Edge of Solar System
Video showing JWST primary mirror segments being prepared for cryogenic testing at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in January, 2010. Total Run Time: 1:30   10673   Cryogenic Testing of Webb Mirrors at Marshall Space Flight Center
Video showing the arrival of JWST's Near Infrared Camera Engineering Test Unit at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.  Total Run Time:  1:50   10674   Webb NIRCam Engineering Test Unit Arrives at Goddard
Video shows JWST's Integrated Science Instrument Module (ISIM) being examined in the Space Environment Simulator at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center after under going cryogenic testing.  Total Run Time:  2:02   10675   Webb ISIM Structure Completes Cryo Test
Video showing the arrival of the JWST Fine Guidence Sensor Engineering Test Unit (FGS ETU) at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.  Total Run Time: 2:18   10676   Webb Fine Guidance Sensor Engineering Test Unit (FGS ETU) Arrives at Goddard
Please click the following links to download the video:     For complete transcript, click  here .   10678   IceBridge Kicks Off Antarctic 2010 Campaign
Video feature describing the process and implications of the planetary color analysis.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10679   Using Color to Search for Alien Earths
Professional development presentation by hurricane scientist Dr. Jeff Halverson on hurricanes. The video also includes Q&A from the studio audience.   10680   Professional Development Presentation - Hurricanes
Video file - including b-roll and interview clips   10681   NASA Technology Finds New Uses in Medical Imaging
Learn more about how magnetometry works!    For complete transcript, click  here .   10682   Magnetometry 101
This video shows LAMP's view of the LCROSS plume. The line in the center of the screen is the LAMP viewport scanning across the horizon, passing through the plume, and moving on.   10683   LAMP Observes the LCROSS Impact - WIth Overlays
This video shows how the LEND instrument was used to help locate an ideal impact site for the LCROSS spacecraft. It also shows the DIVINER instrument taking measurements after the LCROSS impact.   10684   LRO Supports LCROSS - Quicktime and Windows Media versions
View the plume here.   10685   LCROSS Plume Model with LAMP viewport
Watch the video here.    For complete transcript, click  here .   10686   LRO Observes the LCROSS Impact
This visualization shows two colliding galaxies that merge into a single elliptical galaxy over a period spanning two billion years.  Credits:  NCSA, NASA, B. Robertson, L. Hernquist   10687   JWST Science Simulation: Galaxy Collision
From end to end, the gamma-ray bubbles extend 50,000 light-years, or roughly half of the Milky Way's diameter, as shown in this illustration. The bubbles stretch across 100 degrees, spanning the sky from the constellation Virgo to the constellation Grus. If the structure were rotated into the galaxy's plane, it would extend beyond our solar system. Hints of the bubbles' edges were first observed in X-rays (blue) by ROSAT (Röntgen Satellite), a Germany-led mission operating in the 1990s. The gamma rays mapped by Fermi (magenta) extend much farther from the galaxy's plane. No Labels.   10688   Fermi discovers giant gamma-ray bubbles in the Milky Way
Webb Telescope planetary studies web feature. Total run time: 6:02   10689   Planetary Studies Web Feature
Inverse Compton scattering animation.  An electron travelling at close the the speed of light has a head-on collision with a lower-energy photon (from radio to ultraviolet).  The photon picks up energy from the electron and becomes a gamma ray.   10690   How to make a gamma ray
Artist's interpretation of the Milky Way and the gamma-ray lobes.   10691   Fermi gamma-ray lobes animation
To download:   10692   IceBridge Antarctic 2010 Video File
The IceBridge science team and DC-8 crew flew a mission over the Antarctic Peninsula on Saturday, November 13th. This video provides a snapshot of the flight from the field and describes the challenges faced with weather and terrain. All instruments collected data for several glaciers before the weather conditions forced an early return to Punta Arenas.   10693   IceBridge Antarctic Peninsula Flight Highlights - Nov. 13, 2010
In June 2010, at age 16, Abby Sunderland attempted to be the youngest person to sail the world solo. When she found herself stranded and lost at sea, Abby's life was saved by NASA-developed satellite-based search and rescue technologies that allowed rescuers to detect her distress signal and pinpoint her location thousands of miles off the Australian coast. On October 25, 2010 Abby visited NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD to meet the team that developed the SARSAT technology, which ultimately saved here life. This video captures her visit to NASA GSFC.       For complete transcript, click  here .   10694   Teen Sailor Meets NASA Team That Saved Her Life
Video File containing footage and interviews from ICESCAPE 2010 campaign to study the Impacts of Climate on Ecosystems and Chemistry of the Arctic Pacific Environment.   10695   NASA's Oceanographic Voyage - ICESCAPE
This video explains what a carbon nanotube is and how nanotechnology will be used on spacecraft instruments to reduce light reflectance. NASA GSFC scientists are able to grow nanotubes that are blacker than the currently used NASA Z306 paint and they are very robust, which allows them to endure launch and the harsh space environment.    For complete transcript, click  here .   10696   Carbon Nanotubes: Blacker Than Black
The Lunar Orbiter Laser Altimeter (LOLA) works by propagating a single laser pulse through a Diffractive Optical Element that splits it into five beams. These beams then strike and are backscattered from the lunar surface. From the return pulse, the LOLA electronics determine the time of flight which, accounting for the speed of light, provides a precise measurement of the range from the spacecraft to the lunar surface. These range measurements, combined with accurate tracking of the spacecraft's location, are used to build a map revealing the contours of the lunar landscape.   10697   LOLA AGU Presentation Support
View of AGN with center occluded by edge   10698   NASA's Swift Finds 'Missing' Active Galaxies
Video and animations of the Urban Heat Island Effect with Ping Zhang and Marc Imhoff created for the AGU conference 2010.   For complete transcript, click  here .   10699   Urban Heat Island AGU 2010
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