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Animation Identification Numbers 12500 through 12599

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SDO: Year 7 title still   12500   SDO: Year 7
The future of autonomous navigation capability is getting closer to being a reality.   Killer Tracks Music Library: UPM_NM288_30_Unveiling_Courage_Main_Track_367199   12501   Raven is Heading to the International Space Station
TDRS-M will be the 12th satellite the TDRS team has launched since 1983.   12502   Coming soon: The latest Tracking and Data Relay Satellite, TDRS-M
In this artist’s concept, X-ray and extreme ultraviolet light from a young red dwarf star cause ions to escape from an exoplanet’s atmosphere. Scientists have developed a model that estimates the oxygen ion escape rate on planets around red dwarfs, which plays an important role in determining an exoplanet’s habitability. To determine a star’s habitable zone, scientists have traditionally considered how much heat the star emits. Stars more massive than our sun produce more heat and light, so the habitable zone must be farther out. Smaller, cooler stars yield close-in habitable zones. 

  12503   Planets of Red Dwarf Stars May Face Oxygen Loss in Habitable Zones
In mid-February 2017, NASA's OSIRS-REx mission will search Earth's L4 Lagrange point for Trojan asteroids - small bodies that share Earth's orbit, and which may have been trapped there during the formation of our planet. Jim Green, the Director of Planetary Science at NASA, discusses OSIRIS-REx and its search for Earth's Trojan asteroids.      Complete transcript  available.     Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .    Music:   12504   Searching for Earth's Trojan Asteroids
NASA’s Fermi telescope has detected a gamma-ray excess at the center of the Andromeda Galaxy that's similar to a signature Fermi previously detected at the center of our own Milky Way. Watch to learn more.   Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/Scott Wiessinger, producer   Music:   12505   Fermi Detects Gamma-ray Puzzle from M31
GIF depicting Black Brant sounding rocket   12506   Sounding Rocket - Black Brant
Animation showing a snowflake growing.   12507   GPM Gets Flake-y
On its second worldwide tour, the Atmospheric Tomography (ATom) team starts by surveying the north’s polar regions during winter, which is marked by a build-up of pollution from the United States, Canada, northern China, and Russia. In the spring, sunlight spurs chemical reactions that remove those pollutants and greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.  Music credit: Ice Lands by Rik Carter [PRS]    Complete transcript  available.   12508   ATom Postcard - Alaska and the Arctic
Music credit: Dark Clouds by Anders Paul Niska [STIM] and Klas Johan Wahl [STIM]    Complete transcript  available.   12509   Water in Helheim Glacier Makes Its Way to the Ocean
NASA’s ER-2 lands at U.S. Marine Corps Base Hawaii (Kaneohe Bay) after completing a science flight for the Hyperspectral Infrared Imager (HyspIRI) mission. Credit: NASA/Mike Agnew   12510   HyspIRI resources
Complete transcript  available.   Music credit:   12511   NASA Investigates Water Supply in Snow
Music credit: Coolheaded by Jeff Cardoni    Complete transcript  available.   Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12512   Observations Reshape Basic Plasma Wave Physics
Converted 3/4   12513   Goddard + Hubble, Valentines Since 1984
B-roll and canned interviews will be added Thursday 2/23 in the morning.   Click for more about the  news conference   on Feb. 22nd.   12514   Exoplanet Live Shots 2.23.17
Music Credit: Chic to Chic by Piero Piccioni   Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .      Complete transcript  available.   12517   Watching the Friendly Skies - Eclipse Safety Tutorial
Atmospheric scientist Jack Dibb of the University of New Hampshire sent a video postcard from the Hawaii leg of the Atmospheric Tomography or ATom mission. On its second worldwide tour, the ATom team flew into Kona, Hawaii, to study small particles like sulfate and nitrate in the atmosphere. Volcanoes like Kilauea, in Hawaii, constantly release sulfate particles, which can oxidize to make sulfuric acid, a component of acid rain.         Complete transcript  available.   12518   ATom Postcard - Kona, Hawaii
Music credit: Fast Motion by Stephen Daniel Lemaire [ASCAP]    Complete transcript  available.   12519   A New Forecast Model Predicts Arctic Sea Ice Extent
Complete transcript  available.   Music credit:   12522   NASA-funded Balloon Recovered From Antarctica
The northern lights were seen over Alaska the night of Feb. 16, 2017 at the the Poker Flat Research Range north of Fairbanks. Credit: NASA/Terry Zaperach   12523   Aurora Imagery from Poker Flats
A fully animated film starring Pho the photon.    Complete transcript  available.   “Photon Jump” was created and produced through the ICESat-2/Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Collaborative Student Project.   Director/Supervising Professor: Deborah Fowler, SCAD    SCAD Students: Taylor Aseere, Will Cavanagh, Yinghao Chai, Nitin Garg, Eileen Heilsnis, Jinguang Huang, Xiong Lin, Ziye Liu, Adriana Manrique, Kristina Ness, Phuong Ong, Zimei Song, James Spadafora, Maria Venegas, Veronica Zak   Original Music and Sound Design: John Harton, Richard Adams (SCAD)   12525   Photon Jump
NASA’s Terra satellite captured this image of the edges of the moon’s shadow over Patagonia at around 13:20 Universal Time (10:20 a.m. local time) on Feb. 26. 2017. Under the moon’s shadow, our planet’s surface and clouds appear yellowish-brown.  Credit: NASA Goddard MODIS Rapid Response Team   12526   NASA Satellite Spots Moon's Shadow over Patagonia
2017 Goddard Memorial Symposium Tribute Video  Music Credit: Killer Tracks  Wheel of Emotion [KOK2399] In Tribute [KT178] Sentimental Adagietto [KT210] Northern Lights [SDN008]   12527   Goddard Memorial Symposium Tribute
This time-lapse video of NICER's X-ray Timing Instrument (XTI) being lifted and integrated was taken on Dec. 23, 2015, in a clean-tent at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.   12528   NICER Lift Time-lapse
Time-lapse of the NICER range of motion test on April 11, 2016, at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.    12529   NICER Range of Motion Time-lapse
The NICER payload, ready for flight, on a dolly in a clean-tent at the Space Station Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The payload, delivered two weeks ahead of schedule, undergoes monthly functional tests while it awaits launch on the 11th SpaceX commercial resupply mission (CRS-11) to the International Space Station.  Credit: NASA Goddard/Keith Gendreau   12530   NICER Mission B-roll Footage
Science Comes Alive at NASA Goddard [without title graphic]  TRT: 3:33    Music Credit: Killer Tracks  Old River [CM099] Mainframe Disturbance [ICON007] Never Lost Combat [KOK2425] Simple Logic [CM099] Shout [CM116] Hope for Change [NYB120] Illuminating [KT332] Breaking the Atmosphere [ICON013] Chop It Up [KT332]   12533   Science Comes Alive at NASA Goddard
Music: Witch Waltz by Dorian Kelly     Complete transcript  available.     Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12534   What determines when we have an eclipse?
B-roll that corresponds with the following suggested questions:    1. What is an equinox?
 2. There is an exciting event happening this year: a total solar eclipse! When is this happening?
 3. NASA will be doing some pretty cool science during the eclipse. How is NASA using the eclipse to study
the sun and Earth?
 4. How do eclipses help us find planets orbiting other stars?  5. Where can we learn more?    NASA  Satellites   Ready When Stars and Planets Align.   12535   2017 Spring Equinox Live Shots
The James Webb Sapce Telescope sits inside the vibration and acoustics test facilities at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md   12536   James Webb Space Telescope Environmental Testing Highlights
Music: Crystal Light by Michael Holborn [PRS] and William Henries [PRS]       Complete transcript  available.   12537   Arctic Sea Ice Reaches Another Record Low
Music credit:   12539   Hubble Detects a Rogue Supermassive Black Hole
Atmospheric scientist Róisín Commane of Harvard University sent back a video postcard from Ascension Island and the Azores Islands, the seventh and eighth legs of the Atmospheric Tomography, or ATom mission. Flying over the Atlantic Ocean, the science team saw evidence of fires in Africa and dust from the Sahara.    Complete transcript  available.   12540   ATom Postcard - Ascension Island to the Azores Islands
A system of seven Earth-sized exoplanets has the potential for liquid water.   12541   None
The boundary around Gombe National Park protects forested chimpanzee habitat from destruction.   12544   None
Inside NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland the James Webb Space Telescope team completed the environmental portion of vibration testing on the telescope.   12546   Vibration Testing of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope
B-roll and canned interviews are posted below.   12548   James Webb Space Telescope Live Shots - March 30, 2017
Complete transcript  available.   Music credit: “Time Shift Equalibrium” by Ben Niblett [PRS] and Jon Cotton [PRS] from Killer Tracks Music     Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12549   How a NASA Science Flight is No Ordinary Journey
Music: Grand Design by Michael Conn      Complete transcript  available.   Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12550   Rossby Waves on the Sun Could Aid in Space Weather Prediction
Music credit: Ascending Lanterns by Philip Hochstrate   Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .      Complete transcript  available.   12551   Get Ready for the 2017 Solar Eclipse
Video for   12555   TESS Fly Your Exoplanet
Infographic explaining the MAVEN argon results.  Enlarge  or click   12557   MAVEN Reveals Mars Argon Loss to Space
Venus Descent Imaging Proposal   12558   Goddard Helicopter Simulation of Venus Descent Imaging for Science
Highlights of the EO-1 mission, which was decommissioned after using all of its fuel for science operations.  Launched in 2000, the spacecraft was powered down on March 30, 2017, and will slowly de-orbit until 2056 when it is expected to burn up in the atmosphere.  Music: A Happy Birthday Gathering by Raul Bonilla Vendrell [SGAE]  Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12559   The Little Satellite That Could
Music: A World to Rebuild by Brice de Margerie [SACEM]      Complete transcript  available.   12560   Tsunami Study Challenges Long-held Formation Theory
There are several possible ways that methane can be created, stored, and released on Mars, including both biological and non-biological pathways.   12561   Possible Methane Sources and Sinks on Mars
Engineers at Goddard Space Flight Center move the Webb Telescope out of the cleanroom and onto the vibration facility.  Sine vibration tests are then conducted on the telescope to demonstrate that the hardware is safe to launch.    12562   Webb Telescope Sine Vibration Testing B-Roll
Image of M5.3 solar flare on April 2, 2017 as seen by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory in a blend of 131 and 171 angstroms. Credit: NASA/SDO   12563   April 2017 Solar Flare Trio
Blue Marble: Next Generation is a years worth of monthly composites at a spatial resolution of 500 meters. These monthly images reveal seasonal changes to the land surface: the green-up and dying-back of vegetation in temperate regions such as North America and Europe, dry and wet seasons in the tropics, and advancing and retreating Northern Hemisphere snow cover.   12564   Blue Marble Next Generation
Canned interviews and b-roll will be available here starting Tuesday, August 15, at 6:00 p.m. ET.   12565   Are You Ready for the Eclipse? (Live Interviews on Aug. 16, 2017)
View story about the new  Hubble image  Click here fort   HubbleSite   release images.   12568   New Hubble Views Of Jupiter Live Shots
Music credit:   12570   Hubble Views Jupiter at Opposition
Engineers at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center move the Webb telescope from the cleanroom to the acoustic chamber for testing.  Once these tests are complete, the telescope will be moved back to the cleanroom.    12572   Webb Telescope Acoustic Testing B-Roll
Music: Everything is Possible by Magnum Opus [ASCAP]     Complete transcript  available.   12573   Lights of Human Activity Shine in NASA's Image of Earth at Night
The Global Precipitation Measurement mission catches the April 1, 2017, Nor'easter over New England.  Music:   12576   NASA Catches April 1 Nor'easter over New England
On the Mauna Loa volcano in Hawai'i, the HI-SEAS research team has partnered with scientists from NASA Goddard to do planetary fieldwork experiments with the Miniaturized Laser Heterodyne Radiometer (mini-LHR).    Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .  Music Provided by Killer Tracks:   12577   Planetary Fieldwork: A HI-SEAS Adventure
NASA's fleet of satellites keep an eye on Earth.   12579   Satellite Sentinels
The NASA Viz Explorer App is now available on Android versions 5.0 and higher.   12580   Android Beta Version
Engineers at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center moved the James Webb Space Telescope from the Space Systems Development and Integration (SSDIF) Facility cleanroom to the acoustic chamber for testing.    12581   Webb Telescope Acoustic Testing Social Media Video
Music:   12583   North American Monsoon
Music credit:   12585   Europa Water Vapor Plumes - More Hubble Evidence
NASA's fleet of Earth science satellites, along with Earth science instruments on the International Space Station, surveys the whole globe, even the most remote parts that are difficult if not impossible to visit. With instruments in space, scientists can get data for the whole globe in detail that they can't get anywhere else. This visualization shows the NASA fleet in 2017, from low Earth orbit all the way out to the DSCOVR satellite taking in the million-mile view.  Music: The Glide, by Zubin Thakkar [SOCAN]  Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12586   NASA's Vantage Point to View Earth
A wave spanning 200,000 light-years is rolling through the Perseus galaxy cluster, according to observations from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory coupled with a computer simulation. The simulation shows the gravitational disturbance resulting from the distant flyby of a galaxy cluster about a tenth the mass of the Perseus cluster. The event causes cooler gas at the heart of the Perseus cluster to form a vast expanding spiral, which ultimately forms giant waves lasting hundreds of millions of years at its periphery. Merger events like this are thought to occur as often as every three to four billion years in clusters like Perseus.  Credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center  Music:   12587   Gigantic Wave Discovered in Perseus Galaxy Cluster
Music credit: Prism Mystery by  Donn Wilkerson    Complete transcript  available.    Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12588   A Solar Eruption in 5 Steps
Music: Alternate and Parallel by Richard Birkin    Complete transcript  available.   Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .   12591   NASA's Van Allen Probes Find Human-Made Bubble Shrouding Earth
1. How has our view of Earth changed since the first “Earth Rise” image from the 1969 Apollo mission?
 2. Why is this global view important? 
 3. What’s next?
 4. How can our viewers celebrate Earth Day tomorrow?
 5. Where can we learn more?   12592   Meteorologists live shots April 21
Music: Hybrid Technology by Le Fat Club [SACEM]    Watch this video on the  NASA Goddard YouTube channel .      Complete transcript  available.   12593   Human Activity Impacted Space Weather
B-roll of His Majesty Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden's visit to NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.   12595   Resource Page For His Majesty Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden Visit To Goddard
A Lot of Galaxies Need Guarding in this NASA Hubble View!  Click for more about this  NEW IMAGE .  Click for  YOUTUBE  video.   12596   Galaxies Galore! Hubble's Last 'Frontier Fields' Image Live Shots
NASA Launches Sounding Rockets to Study Aurora   Music credit: Trial by Gresby Race Nash [PRS] from Killer Tracks.   12598   Sounding Rockets Highlights
Music credit:   12599   Hubble's Galaxy-Observing Superpowers
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